Masaaki Sawanobori

1970 - Today

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Masaaki Sawanobori (澤登 正朗, Sawanobori Masaaki, born January 12, 1970) is a former Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Masaaki Sawanobori has received more than 15,318 page views. His biography is available in 52 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 47 in 2019). Masaaki Sawanobori is the 6,172nd most popular soccer player (down from 5,754th in 2019), the 1,696th most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,418th in 2019) and the 492nd most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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    Languages Editions (L)

  • 1.36

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 6.53

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Masaaki Sawanobori ranks 6,172 out of 16,923Before him are Alex Mineiro, Julius Aghahowa, Manu Trigueros, Jussi Jääskeläinen, Christian Benítez, and Laurent Robert. After him are Ariza Makukula, Ronnie Moran, Thomas Partey, Earnie Stewart, Capucho, and Peter Schöttel.

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Among people born in 1970, Masaaki Sawanobori ranks 510Before him are Jacco Eltingh, Masaharu Suzuki, Rivers Cuomo, Salvador del Solar, Bart Johnson, and Holger Apfel. After him are Aaron Jeffery, Rupert Penry-Jones, Gabby Giffords, Roel Reiné, Andrei Cherkasov, and Angelica Agurbash.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Masaaki Sawanobori ranks 1,696 out of 5,560Before him are Junko Ozawa (1973), Shizuka Arakawa (1981), Jun Suzuki (1961), Masaharu Suzuki (1970), Gen Shoji (1992), and Ayana Taketatsu (1989). After him are Kana Ueda (1980), Shoya Tomizawa (1990), Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (1993), Nozomi Sasaki (1988), Tatsuhiko Kubo (1976), and Hiroshi Kiyotake (1989).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Masaaki Sawanobori ranks 492Before him are Noriko Baba (1977), Tetsuro Miura (1956), Junko Ozawa (1973), Jun Suzuki (1961), Masaharu Suzuki (1970), and Gen Shoji (1992). After him are Tatsuhiko Kubo (1976), Hiroshi Kiyotake (1989), Satoru Mochizuki (1964), Hiroshi Ohashi (1959), Hiromitsu Isogai (1969), and Ryuzo Morioka (1975).