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Jean-Marc Ferreri

1962 - Today

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Jean-Marc Ferreri (born 26 December 1962) is a French former professional footballer who earned 37 caps and scored 3 goals for the France national team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jean-Marc Ferreri has received more than 56,956 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia. Jean-Marc Ferreri is the 5,213th most popular soccer player (down from 4,181st in 2019), the 4,871st most popular biography from France (down from 4,155th in 2019) and the 283rd most popular French Soccer Player.

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    Languages Editions (L)

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  • 3.45

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Jean-Marc Ferreri ranks 5,213 out of 16,880Before him are Jádson, Fan Zhiyi, José Carlos de Almeida, Demis Nikolaidis, Michael Obiku, and Petri Pasanen. After him are Douglas, Salem Al-Dawsari, Petr Kouba, Euller, Ivan Zafirov, and Rúben Semedo.

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Among people born in 1962, Jean-Marc Ferreri ranks 475Before him are Katarzyna Figura, Mike Bordin, Bela B., Marina Kaljurand, Rudolf Povarnitsyn, and Choi Soon-ho. After him are Retno Marsudi, Seppo Räty, Gail Ann Dorsey, Uwe Hohn, DJ Hell, and Marco Giovannetti.

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In France

Among people born in France, Jean-Marc Ferreri ranks 4,871 out of 6,011Before him are Ary Abittan (1974), Anthoine Hubert (1996), Harlem Désir (1959), Patrice Rio (1948), Luka Karabatic (1988), and Marion Maréchal (1989). After him are Bertrand Gille (1978), Boris Diaw (1982), Yael Naim (1978), Nico Prost (1981), Jean-François Domergue (1957), and Jérémy Chardy (1987).


Among soccer players born in France, Jean-Marc Ferreri ranks 283Before him are Éric Di Meco (1963), Étienne Capoue (1988), Mehdi Nafti (1978), Philippe Christanval (1978), Tanguy Ndombele (1996), and Patrice Rio (1948). After him are Jean-François Domergue (1957), Tobias Linderoth (1979), Laurent Robuschi (1935), Matteo Guendouzi (1999), Morgan Schneiderlin (1989), and Corentin Martins (1969).