Iñaki Lafuente

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Iñaki Lafuente Sancha (born 24 January 1976) is a Spanish former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He appeared in 146 La Liga games over ten seasons, mainly with Athletic Bilbao. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Iñaki Lafuente has received more than 13,421 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Iñaki Lafuente is the 10,861st most popular soccer player, the 2,348th most popular biography from Spain and the 680th most popular Spanish Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Iñaki Lafuente ranks 10,861 out of 16,923. Before him are Ricardo Vaz Tê, Kazumasa Kawano, Ri Han-jae, Takaya Kurokawa, Carlos Martínez, and Abdullah Jumaan Al-Dosari. After him are Didier Domi, Kendall Waston, Billy Sharp, Jamal Alioui, Raphael Wolf, and Bobo Baldé.

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Among people born in 1976, Iñaki Lafuente ranks 790Before him are Péter Biros, Omar Gooding, Dmitri Sennikov, Johnny Yong Bosch, Raja Bell, and Xabier Fernández. After him are Dmitri Yaroshenko, Joseph N'Do, Nir Davidovich, Nicolas Gillet, Yuki Imamura, and Mikael Samuelsson.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Iñaki Lafuente ranks 2,348 out of 2,595. Before him are Javi Guerra (1982), Jon Aurtenetxe (1992), Macarena Aguilar (1985), Francisco Montañés (1986), Xabier Fernández (1976), and Carlos Martínez (1986). After him are Koldo Fernández (1981), Yoel Rodríguez (1988), Ángela Ponce (1991), Julián Simón (1987), Álex Berenguer (1995), and Piti (1981).


Among soccer players born in Spain, Iñaki Lafuente ranks 680Before him are Diego Mariño (1990), Diego Castro (1982), Javi Guerra (1982), Jon Aurtenetxe (1992), Francisco Montañés (1986), and Carlos Martínez (1986). After him are Yoel Rodríguez (1988), Álex Berenguer (1995), Piti (1981), Alejandro Pozuelo (1991), Carlos Aranda (1980), and Oier Sanjurjo (1986).