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Guillermo Yávar

1943 - Today

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Guillermo Yávar Romo (born 26 March 1943) is a Chilean football forward who played for Chile in the 1966 and 1974 FIFA World Cups. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Guillermo Yávar has received more than 7,788 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Guillermo Yávar is the 4,626th most popular soccer player, the 139th most popular biography from Chile and the 48th most popular Chilean Soccer Player.

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  • 7.8k

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  • 53.41

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.95

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.59

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Guillermo Yávar ranks 4,626 out of 16,923Before him are Javad Nekounam, Kazuo Echigo, Richard Dutruel, Marco Parolo, Manuel Negrete Arias, and Tiémoué Bakayoko. After him are Juraj Kucka, Marcus Rashford, Mauro Galvão, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Brandão, and Dani Aranzubia.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1943, Guillermo Yávar ranks 525Before him are Richard Moll, Robert J. Bentley, John Bryson, Tommy Gemmell, John McEnery, and Louise Glück. After him are Kay Bailey Hutchison, Carolyn Schuler, Lynn Burke, Bruce Weitz, Gianni Ambrosio, and Bill Gosper.

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In Chile

Among people born in Chile, Guillermo Yávar ranks 139 out of 225Before him are Sophia Hayden (1868), Eduardo Bonvallet (1955), Casimiro Torres (1906), Charles Aránguiz (1989), Jean Beausejour (1984), and Cristián de la Fuente (1974). After him are Adolfo Nef (1946), Mauricio Pinilla (1984), Evelyn Ankers (1918), José Luis Sierra (1968), Francisco Fernández (1975), and Lorenza Izzo (1989).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Chile

Among soccer players born in Chile, Guillermo Yávar ranks 48Before him are Armando Tobar (1938), Enrique Hormazábal (1931), Eduardo Bonvallet (1955), Casimiro Torres (1906), Charles Aránguiz (1989), and Jean Beausejour (1984). After him are Adolfo Nef (1946), Mauricio Pinilla (1984), José Luis Sierra (1968), Francisco Fernández (1975), Rodrigo Tello (1979), and Pablo Contreras (1978).