Julio César Uribe

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Julio César Uribe Flores (born May 9, 1958 in Lima, Peru) is a Peruvian football manager and former player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Julio César Uribe has received more than 44,059 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Julio César Uribe is the 4,511th most popular soccer player, the 138th most popular biography from Peru and the 29th most popular Peruvian Soccer Player.

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  • 15

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  • 2.58

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  • 2.61

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Among soccer players, Julio César Uribe ranks 4,511 out of 16,923Before him are Emanuele Giaccherini, Diego Pérez, Michael Obiku, Anthimos Kapsis, Fernando Álvez, and Franco Di Santo. After him are Jonathan Biabiany, Alex James, Ragnar Klavan, Renato, Salaheddine Bassir, and Tim Krul.

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Among people born in 1958, Julio César Uribe ranks 393Before him are John Aldridge, Tony Pulis, Ronald Gamarra Herrera, Flemming Rasmussen, Monica Guerritore, and Mariya Pinigina. After him are Victor Salva, Etienne De Wilde, Rick Santorum, Antonio Di Gennaro, Korado Korlević, and Rick Snyder.

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In Peru

Among people born in Peru, Julio César Uribe ranks 138 out of 196Before him are Miguel Ángel Loayza (1940), Jorge Del Castillo (1950), Juan Carlos Oblitas (1951), Fiorella Bonicelli (1951), José González Ganoza (1954), and Ronald Gamarra Herrera (1958). After him are Juan Manuel Vargas (1983), Pedro Cateriano (1958), Jaime Bayly (1965), Juan José Muñante (1948), Vicente Zeballos (1963), and Rubén Toribio Díaz (1952).

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Among soccer players born in Peru, Julio César Uribe ranks 29Before him are Jorge Góngora (1906), Percy Rojas (1949), Nicolás Fuentes (1941), Miguel Ángel Loayza (1940), Juan Carlos Oblitas (1951), and José González Ganoza (1954). After him are Juan Manuel Vargas (1983), Juan José Muñante (1948), Rubén Toribio Díaz (1952), André Carrillo (1991), Guillermo La Rosa (1952), and Eusebio Acasuzo (1952).