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Masaaki Mori

1961 - Today

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Masaaki Mori (森 正明, Mori Masaaki, born July 12, 1961) is a former Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Masaaki Mori has received more than 13,828 page views. His biography is available in 50 different languages on Wikipedia (down from 51 in 2019). Masaaki Mori is the 4,735th most popular soccer player (down from 4,086th in 2019), the 1,541st most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,363rd in 2019) and the 324th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Masaaki Mori ranks 4,735 out of 16,880Before him are Carlos Daniel Tapia, Heiko Herrlich, Pedro Araya Toro, Adrien Silva, Henning Berg, and Lee Dong-gook. After him are Robert Huth, Kiril Metkov, Sergio Canales, Fernando Navarro, Paul Mariner, and Marcin Wasilewski.

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Among people born in 1961, Masaaki Mori ranks 446Before him are Debbi Peterson, Pierre-Henri Raphanel, Ludger Stühlmeyer, Moeketsi Majoro, Laura Boldrini, and Jorge Barrios. After him are Sugao Kambe, Tak Matsumoto, Troels Rasmussen, Gyrðir Elíasson, Håkan Hardenberger, and Hiro Yamamoto.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Masaaki Mori ranks 1,541 out of 6,048Before him are Mitsuhisa Taguchi (1955), Tomoko Ohara (1957), Keiji Inafune (1965), Satsuki Yukino (1970), Kae Nishina (1972), and Sayaka Ohara (1975). After him are Sugao Kambe (1961), Toshiya Miura (1963), Yasunori Mitsuda (1972), Jared Taylor (1951), Tak Matsumoto (1961), and Masakiyo Maezono (1973).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Masaaki Mori ranks 324Before him are Akihiro Nagashima (1964), Toshihiko Okimune (1959), Ryohei Suzuki (1949), Mitsuhisa Taguchi (1955), Tomoko Ohara (1957), and Kae Nishina (1972). After him are Sugao Kambe (1961), Toshiya Miura (1963), Masakiyo Maezono (1973), Akihiro Nishimura (1958), Naoki Soma (1971), and Eiji Ueda (1953).