Max Lorenz

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Max Lorenz (born 19 August 1939 in Bremen) is a German former international football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Max Lorenz has received more than 6,080 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Max Lorenz is the 3,218th most popular soccer player (down from 2,527th in 2019), the 3,998th most popular biography from Germany (down from 2,971st in 2019) and the 236th most popular German Soccer Player.

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    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Max Lorenz ranks 3,218 out of 16,923. Before him are Alphonse Areola, Adolfo Valencia, Norbert Nigbur, Cristiano Zanetti, João Félix, and Hasse Backe. After him are André Strappe, Vedran Ćorluka, Yukitaka Omi, Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Giampaolo Menichelli, and Victorio Unamuno.

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Among people born in 1939, Max Lorenz ranks 387Before him are Gennadi Volnov, John Pilger, Gianfranco Leoncini, Valerie Harper, Al Unser, and Pierluigi Pizzaballa. After him are Martin Feldstein, Edoardo Menichelli, Vitali Davydov, Ruth Perry, Peter Frenkel, and Alan Ayckbourn.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Max Lorenz ranks 3,998 out of 5,289. Before him are Thomas Allofs (1959), Carsten Ramelow (1974), Gregor Wentzel (1898), Norbert Nigbur (1948), Hubert Blaine Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff Sr. (1914), and Angelique Kerber (1988). After him are Siegmar Wätzlich (1947), Uwe Rösler (1968), Johann Ludwig Krapf (1810), Armin Veh (1961), Peter Frenkel (1939), and Hans Eichel (1941).


Among soccer players born in Germany, Max Lorenz ranks 236Before him are Wolfgang Rolff (1959), Georg Stollenwerk (1930), Frank Ordenewitz (1965), Thomas Allofs (1959), Carsten Ramelow (1974), and Norbert Nigbur (1948). After him are Siegmar Wätzlich (1947), Uwe Rösler (1968), Armin Veh (1961), Heinz Hornig (1937), Marcel Schmelzer (1988), and Thomas Strunz (1968).