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Luis Rijo

1927 - 2001

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Luis Alberto Rijo (28 September 1927 – 8 May 2001) was a Uruguayan footballer, who played as a forward for Central Español. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Luis Rijo has received more than 13,133 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia. Luis Rijo is the 1,650th most popular soccer player (down from 1,428th in 2019), the 102nd most popular biography from Uruguay (down from 89th in 2019) and the 57th most popular Uruguayan Soccer Player.

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  • 20

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Among soccer players, Luis Rijo ranks 1,650 out of 16,880Before him are Ryozo Suzuki, Elemér Kocsis, Santiago Solari, Reinaldo Rueda, Rodolphe Hiden, and Leroy Sané. After him are Tadao Onishi, Thorsten Fink, Juan Carreño, Arnold Mühren, Diego López, and Luis María Echeberría.

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Among people born in 1927, Luis Rijo ranks 240Before him are Dezső Gyarmati, Piero Tosi, Hans Bauer, Greta Andersen, Janet Moreau, and Shirley Fry. After him are Éva Székely, Robert Mills, Thomas S. Monson, John Warner, Charles de Tornaco, and Anne McLaren. Among people deceased in 2001, Luis Rijo ranks 171Before him are Eileen Heckart, Ardito Desio, Robert W. Floyd, Trịnh Công Sơn, Philippe Léotard, and Jan Kott. After him are Don Bradman, Maria Gorokhovskaya, Oldřich Lajsek, Nam Sung-yong, Jane Greer, and Budd Boetticher.

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In Uruguay

Among people born in Uruguay, Luis Rijo ranks 102 out of 370Before him are Juan Burgueño (1923), Ida Vitale (1923), Roberto Porta (1913), Atanasio Aguirre (1801), José Enrique Rodó (1871), and Alberto Uria (1924). After him are Eitel Cantoni (1906), Sebastián Abreu (1976), Severino Varela (1913), Enrique Fernández Viola (1912), Juan Manuel Blanes (1830), and Gabriel Antonio Pereira (1794).


Among soccer players born in Uruguay, Luis Rijo ranks 57Before him are Jorge Fossati (1952), Diego Lugano (1980), Juan Carlos Corazzo (1907), Julio Abbadie (1930), Juan Burgueño (1923), and Roberto Porta (1913). After him are Sebastián Abreu (1976), Severino Varela (1913), Enrique Fernández Viola (1912), Juan Masnik (1943), Héctor Vilches (1926), and Héctor Núñez (1936).