Julio Abbadie

1930 - 2014

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Julio César Abbadie Gismero (7 September 1930 – 16 July 2014) was a Uruguayan footballer who played as a forward. During his career, he played for Peñarol, where he won the 1966 Copa Libertadores and the Intercontinental Cup. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Julio Abbadie has received more than 40,914 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Julio Abbadie is the 1,284th most popular soccer player, the 80th most popular biography from Uruguay and the 45th most popular Uruguayan Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Julio Abbadie ranks 1,284 out of 16,923Before him are David Ginola, Robert Jonquet, Juan Carlos Corazzo, Mauro Icardi, Ferenc Hirzer, and Heinz Flohe. After him are Hamit Altıntop, Gottfried Fuchs, Willy Sagnol, Emmanuel Sanon, Naoemon Shimizu, and Ichiro Hosotani.

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Among people born in 1930, Julio Abbadie ranks 253Before him are Lois Smith, Thomas Sowell, Orvar Bergmark, Rubén Morán, Jean-Louis de Rambures, and Antonio Saura. After him are Freimut Börngen, Shahabuddin Ahmed, Ahmad Shah of Pahang, FM-2030, Yuri Rytkheu, and Tommy Flanagan. Among people deceased in 2014, Julio Abbadie ranks 170Before him are Glen A. Larson, Simin Behbahani, James Rebhorn, Josep Maria Subirachs, Jaime Lusinchi, and Henning Carlsen. After him are Ante Žanetić, Marco Cé, José Emilio Pacheco, José Policarpo, José Wilker, and Brian G. Hutton.

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In Uruguay

Among people born in Uruguay, Julio Abbadie ranks 80 out of 314Before him are Ángel Melogno (1905), Andrés Mazali (1902), José Enrique Rodó (1871), Juana de Ibarbourou (1892), Jorge Pacheco Areco (1920), and Juan Carlos Corazzo (1907). After him are Alberto Demicheli (1896), Juan Burgueño (1923), Carlos Riolfo (1905), Juan Antonio Lavalleja (1784), Roberto Porta (1913), and Gabriel Terra (1873).


Among soccer players born in Uruguay, Julio Abbadie ranks 45Before him are Miguel Capuccini (1904), Michele Andreolo (1912), William Martínez (1928), Ángel Melogno (1905), Andrés Mazali (1902), and Juan Carlos Corazzo (1907). After him are Juan Burgueño (1923), Carlos Riolfo (1905), Roberto Porta (1913), Juan Carlos Calvo (1906), Diego Lugano (1980), and Luis Rijo (1927).