Jordi Roura

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Jordi Roura Solà (born 10 September 1967) is a Spanish former footballer who played as a midfielder. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jordi Roura has received more than 126,352 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Jordi Roura is the 3,902nd most popular soccer player (down from 3,241st in 2019), the 1,580th most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,251st in 2019) and the 287th most popular Spanish Soccer Player.

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  • 1.83

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Jordi Roura ranks 3,902 out of 16,923Before him are Diego Placente, Lucas Digne, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Kenta Hasegawa, Jean-Alain Boumsong, and Álvaro Odriozola. After him are Roland Wohlfarth, Raúl Bravo, Raúl García, Michy Batshuayi, Felipe Caicedo, and Hany Ramzy.

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Among people born in 1967, Jordi Roura ranks 289Before him are Dmitry Peskov, Yukiko Okada, Marie NDiaye, Geraldine Somerville, David Costabile, and Inha Babakova. After him are Alexander Zorniger, Maxim, Philip Selway, Sergei Grinkov, Richey Edwards, and Cristi Puiu.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Jordi Roura ranks 1,580 out of 2,595Before him are Rita Barberá (1948), Lucía Etxebarría (1966), Miguel Pardeza (1965), Óscar Freire (1976), Ricky Rubio (1990), and Álvaro Odriozola (1995). After him are Raúl Bravo (1981), Raúl García (1986), Joaquim Rodríguez (1979), Àlex Corretja (1974), Roberto Heras (1974), and Julio Alberto Moreno (1958).


Among soccer players born in Spain, Jordi Roura ranks 287Before him are Rafael Alkorta (1968), Albert Luque (1978), Isaac Cuenca (1991), Nacho Monreal (1986), Miguel Pardeza (1965), and Álvaro Odriozola (1995). After him are Raúl Bravo (1981), Raúl García (1986), Julio Alberto Moreno (1958), Munir El Haddadi (1995), Juanfran (1976), and Sergio (1976).