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Jean-Paul Vonderburg

1964 - Today

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Jean-Paul Vonderburg (born 31 July 1964) is a retired Swedish football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jean-Paul Vonderburg has received more than 17,267 page views. His biography is available in 43 different languages on Wikipedia. Jean-Paul Vonderburg is the 4,675th most popular soccer player (down from 3,910th in 2019), the 1,010th most popular biography from Sweden (down from 802nd in 2019) and the 111th most popular Swedish Soccer Player.

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  • 43

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.90

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.06

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Jean-Paul Vonderburg ranks 4,675 out of 16,880Before him are Emmanuel Kundé, Arsène Auguste, Caspar Memering, André Carrillo, Christopher Nkunku, and Nacho Monreal. After him are Christian Benteke, Eduardo Bonvallet, Vasilis Torosidis, Djamel Menad, Erik Lamela, and Júnior.

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Among people born in 1964, Jean-Paul Vonderburg ranks 424Before him are David Eigenberg, Josip Weber, Akihiro Nagashima, The Boogeyman, Tiit Sokk, and Eytan Fox. After him are Ernst Vettori, Rithy Panh, Luis Medina Cantalejo, Uwe Ampler, Susan Rice, and Astrid Carolina Herrera.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Jean-Paul Vonderburg ranks 1,010 out of 1,612Before him are Anders Wejryd (1948), Lisa Ekdahl (1971), Christer Björkman (1957), Osvald Moberg (1888), Hasse Borg (1953), and Mikael Pernfors (1963). After him are Tove Lo (1987), Marcus Ericsson (1990), Joakim Brodén (1980), Håkan Loob (1960), Bosson (1969), and Bengt Nilsson (1934).


Among soccer players born in Sweden, Jean-Paul Vonderburg ranks 111Before him are Gösta Sandberg (1932), Victor Lindelöf (1994), Mats Magnusson (1963), Niclas Alexandersson (1971), Jan Möller (1953), and Hasse Borg (1953). After him are Thomas Sjöberg (1952), Markus Rosenberg (1982), Alexander Isak (1999), Jesper Blomqvist (1974), John Guidetti (1992), and Stefan Pettersson (1963).