Klaus Allofs

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Klaus Allofs (born 5 December 1956) is a German former professional football player, manager, and executive. A striker, Allofs was a prolific goalscorer for club and country. He amassed Bundesliga totals of 424 games and 177 goals over the course of 15 seasons (finishing as the league's top scorer on two occasions), playing mainly for Fortuna Düsseldorf and 1. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Klaus Allofs has received more than 166,876 page views. His biography is available in 32 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 30 in 2019). Klaus Allofs is the 741st most popular soccer player (up from 1,246th in 2019), the 2,366th most popular biography from Germany (up from 2,573rd in 2019) and the 58th most popular German Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Klaus Allofs ranks 741 out of 16,923Before him are Lajos Tichy, Helmuth Duckadam, Giovane Élber, Ángel Labruna, Adolfo Pedernera, and Félix Miélli Venerando. After him are Alfréd Schaffer, Toni Turek, Alfio Basile, Carlos Peucelle, Jesús María Pereda, and Jorginho.

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Among people born in 1956, Klaus Allofs ranks 93Before him are Mari Boine, Bo Derek, Sultan bin Salman Al Saud, Lisa Niemi, El Risitas, and Luis Guzmán. After him are Baruch Goldstein, Kazuyo Sejima, Horacio Cartes, Marie Colvin, Andoni Goikoetxea Olaskoaga, and Bidzina Ivanishvili.

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Among people born in Germany, Klaus Allofs ranks 2,366 out of 5,289Before him are Elisabeth of Schönau (1129), Louis V, Elector Palatine (1478), Erich Hückel (1896), Gundula Janowitz (1937), Julius Klaproth (1783), and John I, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken (1550). After him are Nikolaus Federmann (1505), Wolfgang Reitherman (1909), Lilly Reich (1885), Ernst May (1886), Franz von Sickingen (1481), and Christian Fürchtegott Gellert (1715).


Among soccer players born in Germany, Klaus Allofs ranks 58Before him are Bodo Illgner (1967), Rainer Bonhof (1952), Stefan Effenberg (1968), Joachim Streich (1951), Jürgen Sparwasser (1948), and Andreas Möller (1967). After him are Toni Turek (1919), Lothar Emmerich (1941), Erich Ribbeck (1937), Horst-Dieter Höttges (1943), Robert Enke (1977), and Marco Reus (1989).