Jorge Toro

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Jorge Luis Toro Sánchez (born January 10, 1939 in Santiago de Chile) is a retired football midfielder from Chile, who represented his native country at the 1962 FIFA World Cup in Chile. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jorge Toro has received more than 22,615 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Jorge Toro is the 2,331st most popular soccer player, the 95th most popular biography from Chile and the 22nd most popular Chilean Soccer Player.

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  • 23k

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  • 58.89

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.11

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.56

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Jorge Toro ranks 2,331 out of 16,923Before him are Vic Buckingham, Steve Bloomer, Miranda, Jaime Ramírez, Kazumi Tsubota, and Diego Tristán. After him are Alex Song, Anton Allemann, Luigi Radice, Stipe Pletikosa, Noureddine Naybet, and Anatoli Maslyonkin.

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Among people born in 1939, Jorge Toro ranks 337Before him are Dieter Quester, Eri Klas, Eduard Mudrik, Veniamin Soldatenko, David Ray Griffin, and Laila Kinnunen. After him are Mike Farrell, Conny Andersson, Nicholas Grimshaw, Étienne Mourrut, Madalena Iglésias, and Shu Kamo.

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In Chile

Among people born in Chile, Jorge Toro ranks 95 out of 225Before him are Francisco Ruiz-Tagle (1790), Cote de Pablo (1979), Guillermo Saavedra (1903), Germán Riesco (1854), Raúl Silva Henríquez (1907), and Jaime Ramírez (1931). After him are Marcelo Ríos (1975), Emiliano Figueroa (1866), Ulises Poirier (1897), Sergio Livingstone (1920), Ramón Barros Luco (1835), and Manuel Plaza (1900).


Among soccer players born in Chile, Jorge Toro ranks 22Before him are David Arellano (1902), Carlos Schneeberger (1902), Ernesto Chaparro (1901), Guillermo Arellano (1908), Guillermo Saavedra (1903), and Jaime Ramírez (1931). After him are Ulises Poirier (1897), Sergio Livingstone (1920), Guillermo Riveros (1902), Arturo Coddou (1905), César Espinoza (1900), and Humberto Elgueta (1904).