Miguel Brito

1901 - Today

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Miguel Brito was a Bolivian football midfielder. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Miguel Brito has received more than 7,320 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Miguel Brito is the 3,367th most popular soccer player, the 49th most popular biography from Bolivia and the 12th most popular Bolivian Soccer Player.

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  • 56.55

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  • 15

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  • 6.75

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  • 1.43

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Among soccer players, Miguel Brito ranks 3,367 out of 16,923Before him are George Cohen, Gérard Hausser, Jimmy Gallagher, Martin Max, Jorge Andrade, and Kevin Gameiro. After him are Frank Swift, Nenê, Marcelo Brozović, Hao Haidong, Ansu Fati, and Július Bielik.

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Among people born in 1901, Miguel Brito ranks 235Before him are Leon Shamroy, Luis Brunetto, Mark Oliphant, Sid Atkinson, C. L. R. James, and Jimmy Gallagher. After him are Louis Clarke, Ben Lyon, Whittaker Chambers, Brian Donlevy, Carlo Biotti, and Mildred Dunnock.

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In Bolivia

Among people born in Bolivia, Miguel Brito ranks 49 out of 68Before him are Renato Sáinz (1899), Miguel Murillo (1898), Ismael Montes (1861), Gumercindo Gómez (1907), Enrique Hertzog (1896), and Julio César Baldivieso (1971). After him are René Fernández (1906), Álvaro García Linera (1962), Jorge Quiroga (1960), Constantino Noya (null), Marco Etcheverry (1970), and Erwin Sánchez (1969).


Among soccer players born in Bolivia, Miguel Brito ranks 12Before him are Diógenes Lara (1903), Mario Alborta (1910), Renato Sáinz (1899), Miguel Murillo (1898), Gumercindo Gómez (1907), and Julio César Baldivieso (1971). After him are René Fernández (1906), Constantino Noya (null), Marco Etcheverry (1970), Erwin Sánchez (1969), Marcelo Martins Moreno (1987), and Jaime Moreno (1974).