Kazuhiko Takemoto

1955 - Today

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Kazuhiko Takemoto (竹本 一彦, Takemoto Kazuhiko, born November 22, 1955) is a former Japanese football player and manager. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Kazuhiko Takemoto has received more than 8,346 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (down from 22 in 2019). Kazuhiko Takemoto is the 7,905th most popular soccer player (down from 6,944th in 2019), the 2,077th most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,818th in 2019) and the 555th most popular Soccer Player.

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  • 33.45

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  • 20

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  • 1.55

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.95

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Kazuhiko Takemoto ranks 7,905 out of 16,880Before him are Darko Lazović, Mustapha Yatabaré, Roland Linz, Vitinho, Khalid Boutaïb, and Modibo Maïga. After him are Alfredo Talavera, Igor Gabilondo, Ola By Rise, Hiroki Abe, Guillaume Gillet, and Luis Tejada.

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Among people born in 1955, Kazuhiko Takemoto ranks 601Before him are Grete Faremo, Flip Saunders, Anne Henning, Jerry M. Linenger, Linda Mvusi, and Penn Jillette. After him are Catherine Asaro, Andy Gray, Sheldon Whitehouse, Sarah English, Vinod Khosla, and Dannel Malloy.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Kazuhiko Takemoto ranks 2,077 out of 6,048Before him are Tomomi Fujimura (1978), Koji Gyotoku (1965), Daichi Suzuki (1967), Keiji Kaimoto (1972), Ko Itakura (1997), and Daiki Ito (1985). After him are Yuki Furukawa (1987), Hiroki Abe (1999), Meisa Kuroki (1988), Minami Kuribayashi (1976), Koki Mizuno (1985), and Susumu Katsumata (1956).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Kazuhiko Takemoto ranks 555Before him are Kokichi Kimura (1961), Saiko Takahashi (1976), Tomomi Fujimura (1978), Koji Gyotoku (1965), Keiji Kaimoto (1972), and Ko Itakura (1997). After him are Hiroki Abe (1999), Koki Mizuno (1985), Susumu Katsumata (1956), Shinzo Koroki (1986), Susumu Uemura (1964), and Yoshiaki Sato (1969).