SOCCER PLAYER

Mario Galindo

1951 - Today

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Mario Enrique Galindo Calisto [1] (born 10 August 1951 in Punta Arenas) is a Chilean former footballer who played as a right-back. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mario Galindo has received more than 18,857 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Mario Galindo is the 6,918th most popular soccer player (down from 5,406th in 2019), the 214th most popular biography from Chile (down from 173rd in 2019) and the 96th most popular Chilean Soccer Player.

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  • 19k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 39.72

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.37

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.61

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Mario Galindo ranks 6,918 out of 21,273Before him are Erik Durm, Wilbert Suvrijn, Agustín Marchesín, Karim Maroc, Michał Żewłakow, and Joelinton. After him are Jacek Krzynówek, Daisuke Oku, Sanny Åslund, Hiroshi Hirakawa, Kenneth Perez, and Gorka Iraizoz.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1951, Mario Galindo ranks 660Before him are Tiff Needell, Juan Machuca, Crystal Gayle, Christine Laser, Kazuko Sawamatsu, and Debra Fischer. After him are Corneliu Ion, André Nzapayeké, Mike Crapo, Marietta Giannakou, Kinzang Dorji, and Antonia Bird.

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In Chile

Among people born in Chile, Mario Galindo ranks 214 out of 321Before him are Humberto Donoso (1938), Rogelio Farías (1949), Mauricio Pinilla (1984), Juan Carlos Letelier (1959), Jean Beausejour (1984), and Juan Machuca (1951). After him are Rodrigo Tello (1979), Guillermo Páez (1945), Manuel Astorga (1937), Manuel Rojas (1954), Pablo Contreras (1978), and Marco Cornez (1957).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Chile

Among soccer players born in Chile, Mario Galindo ranks 96Before him are Humberto Donoso (1938), Rogelio Farías (1949), Mauricio Pinilla (1984), Juan Carlos Letelier (1959), Jean Beausejour (1984), and Juan Machuca (1951). After him are Rodrigo Tello (1979), Guillermo Páez (1945), Manuel Astorga (1937), Manuel Rojas (1954), Pablo Contreras (1978), and Marco Cornez (1957).