Hamdi Salihi

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Hamdi Abdullah Salihi (born 19 January 1984) is an Albanian retired professional footballer who played as a forward. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hamdi Salihi has received more than 133,663 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 21 in 2019). Hamdi Salihi is the 8,739th most popular soccer player (down from 7,972nd in 2019), the 69th most popular biography from Albania (down from 60th in 2019) and the 11th most popular Albanian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Hamdi Salihi ranks 8,739 out of 16,923Before him are Tomasz Kłos, Mio Otani, Chico, Sérgio Oliveira, Roy Miller, and David Barral. After him are Dudu, Omar Mascarell, Roy Smith, Amir Rrahmani, Mun In-guk, and Roman Týce.

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Among people born in 1984, Hamdi Salihi ranks 573Before him are Kenny Wormald, Mateus Galiano da Costa, Taylor Cole, Tyler Farrar, Henri Bedimo, and Roy Miller. After him are Keisha Buchanan, Emre Güngör, Carmen Hart, Luke Treadaway, Alberto Junior Rodríguez, and Eldin Jakupović.

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In Albania

Among people born in Albania, Hamdi Salihi ranks 69 out of 83Before him are Elseid Hysaj (1994), Sotiris Ninis (1990), Orges Shehi (1977), Eugent Bushpepa (1984), Bekim Balaj (1991), and Arilena Ara (1998). After him are Olta Boka (1991), Elhaida Dani (1993), Kejsi Tola (1992), Masiela Lusha (1985), Erjon Tola (1986), and Ronald Gërçaliu (1986).


Among soccer players born in Albania, Hamdi Salihi ranks 11Before him are Erjon Bogdani (1977), Panagiotis Kone (1987), Elseid Hysaj (1994), Sotiris Ninis (1990), Orges Shehi (1977), and Bekim Balaj (1991). After him are Ronald Gërçaliu (1986), Edmond Kapllani (1982), Jahmir Hyka (1988), and Elvin Beqiri (1980).