Giovanni Marchese

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Giovanni Marchese (born 17 October 1984) is an Italian football coach and a former player who played as a defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Giovanni Marchese has received more than 30,830 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Giovanni Marchese is the 11,710th most popular soccer player, the 4,006th most popular biography from Italy and the 502nd most popular Italian Soccer Player.

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.30

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.44

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Giovanni Marchese ranks 11,710 out of 16,923Before him are Ufuk Talay, Chad Johnson, Serginho, Mihkel Aksalu, Jeff Cunningham, and Bunichiro Abe. After him are Paul Baysse, Paweł Cibicki, Hiroshi Moriyasu, Zeca, Bárbara, and Chris Mavinga.

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Among people born in 1984, Giovanni Marchese ranks 879Before him are Arkady Vyatchanin, Sergio Gadea, Boniek García, Armando Lozano, Mihkel Aksalu, and Loredana Dinu. After him are Adrian Gaxha, Lena Waithe, Barun Sobti, Carlo Molfetta, Mike Day, and Kenwyne Jones.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Giovanni Marchese ranks 4,006 out of 4,088Before him are Carlo Zotti (1982), Matteo Montaguti (1984), Andrea Pinamonti (1999), Federico Dimarco (1997), Antonio Langella (1977), and Rik de Voest (1980). After him are Antonio Barreca (1995), Lorenzo Ariaudo (1989), Michele Bravi (1994), Valerio Conti (1993), Carlo Molfetta (1984), and Matteo Gabbia (1999).


Among soccer players born in Italy, Giovanni Marchese ranks 502Before him are Arturo Lupoli (1987), Giulio Migliaccio (1981), Carlo Zotti (1982), Andrea Pinamonti (1999), Federico Dimarco (1997), and Antonio Langella (1977). After him are Antonio Barreca (1995), Lorenzo Ariaudo (1989), Matteo Gabbia (1999), Francesco Bardi (1992), Gianluca Caprari (1993), and Lorenzo Crisetig (1993).