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Haruo Arima

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Haruo Arima (有馬 暎夫, Arima Haruo) was a Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Haruo Arima has received more than 14,714 page views. His biography is available in 51 different languages on Wikipedia. Haruo Arima is the 319th most popular soccer player (down from 218th in 2019), the 375th most popular biography from Japan (down from 238th in 2019) and the 31st most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

Haruo Arima is most famous for his work on the atomic bomb.

Memorability Metrics

  • 15k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 57.68

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 51

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 22.39

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.83

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Haruo Arima ranks 319 out of 16,880Before him are Leovegildo Lins da Gama Júnior, Dragoslav Šekularac, Valentino Mazzola, Valentin Ivanov, David Trezeguet, and Richard Møller Nielsen. After him are Dettmar Cramer, Takashi Takabayashi, Kazimierz Deyna, Yoshimatsu Oyama, Mauro Ramos, and Antoni Ramallets.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Haruo Arima ranks 375 out of 6,048Before him are Fusajiro Yamauchi (1859), Emperor Nijō (1143), Kuroda Kiyotaka (1840), Inejiro Asanuma (1898), Kiichi Miyazawa (1919), and Ichirō Hatoyama (1883). After him are Takashi Takabayashi (1931), Shimazu Yoshihiro (1535), Kijūrō Shidehara (1872), Yoshimatsu Oyama (null), Masashi Kishimoto (1974), and Tatsuya Nakadai (1932).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Japan

Among soccer players born in Japan, Haruo Arima ranks 31Before him are Kiyonosuke Marutani (null), Koji Miyata (1923), Takeshi Inoue (1928), Akira Nozawa (1914), Masao Takada (null), and Takeshi Natori (null). After him are Takashi Takabayashi (1931), Yoshimatsu Oyama (null), Ryuzo Shimizu (1902), Takashi Kasahara (1918), Yasukazu Tanaka (1933), and Fukusaburo Harada (null).