SOCCER PLAYER

Keizo Imai

1950 - Today

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Keizo Imai (今井 敬三, Imai Keizō, born November 19, 1950) is a former Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Keizo Imai has received more than 9,523 page views. His biography is available in 52 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 47 in 2019). Keizo Imai is the 997th most popular soccer player (up from 1,473rd in 2019), the 818th most popular biography from Japan (down from 816th in 2019) and the 176th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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  • 9.5k

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  • 63.02

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 52

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 14.97

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.61

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Keizo Imai ranks 997 out of 16,923Before him are Hulk, Werner Liebrich, Luis Regueiro, Dick van Dijk, Jean Vincent, and Andrzej Szarmach. After him are Sergei Salnikov, Guido Masetti, Erich Probst, Ichiji Otani, Thibaut Courtois, and Ivan Eklind.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1950, Keizo Imai ranks 164Before him are Yuen Wah, Takao Orii, Moshe Ya'alon, Carl Palmer, Genesis P-Orridge, and Andrzej Szarmach. After him are Bertrand Delanoë, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Anton Ondruš, Jan Zajíc, Philippe Barbarin, and Mirko Cvetković.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Keizo Imai ranks 818 out of 5,560Before him are Akashi Motojiro (1864), Takaaki Kajita (1959), Arai Hakuseki (1657), Kanō Eitoku (1543), Takayuki Kuwata (1941), and Takiji Kobayashi (1903). After him are Ichiji Otani (1912), Inoue Kaoru (1836), Takizawa Bakin (1767), Ashikaga Yoshikatsu (1434), Shunsuke Kikuchi (1931), and Prince Munetaka (1242).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Japan

Among soccer players born in Japan, Keizo Imai ranks 176Before him are Takao Orii (1950), Mitsuo Watanabe (1953), Mitsuo Kato (1953), Hiroji Imamura (1949), Sei Fuwa (1914), and Takayuki Kuwata (1941). After him are Ichiji Otani (1912), Akemi Iwata (1954), Chieko Hase (1956), Hidetoki Takahashi (1916), Hiroshi Ninomiya (1937), and Kazumi Takada (1951).