Milan Badelj

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Milan Badelj (Croatian pronunciation: [mǐlan bǎdeʎ]; born 25 February 1989) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Serie A club Genoa and the Croatia national team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Milan Badelj has received more than 568,016 page views. His biography is available in 40 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 38 in 2019). Milan Badelj is the 4,273rd most popular soccer player (down from 3,615th in 2019), the 286th most popular biography from Croatia (down from 219th in 2019) and the 70th most popular Croatian Soccer Player.

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  • 570k

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  • 54.21

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 40

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 7.90

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.60

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Milan Badelj ranks 4,273 out of 16,923Before him are Igli Tare, Park Chu-young, Johnny Giles, Alan Smith, Christoph Kramer, and Megan Rapinoe. After him are Piotr Trochowski, František Štambachr, Marcel Sabitzer, Dominique Bathenay, Satoshi Tsunami, and Luis Alberto.

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Among people born in 1989, Milan Badelj ranks 113Before him are Neto, Aleix Vidal, Bebe Rexha, Daniel Wass, David Henrie, and Marcel Hirscher. After him are Ailee, Chord Overstreet, Nicky Romero, Hannah Murray, Cam Newton, and Mikel Landa.

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In Croatia

Among people born in Croatia, Milan Badelj ranks 286 out of 518Before him are Nikola Jurčević (1966), Niko Kranjčar (1984), Tomislav Karamarko (1959), Ivan Leko (1978), Zoran Mamić (1971), and Mihovil Nakić (1955). After him are Andrej Kramarić (1991), Ognjen Vukojević (1983), Goran Prpić (1964), Korado Korlević (1958), Mirko Hrgović (1979), and Ivan Jurić (1975).


Among soccer players born in Croatia, Milan Badelj ranks 70Before him are Ivan Radeljić (1980), Danijel Ljuboja (1978), Nikola Jurčević (1966), Niko Kranjčar (1984), Ivan Leko (1978), and Zoran Mamić (1971). After him are Andrej Kramarić (1991), Ognjen Vukojević (1983), Mirko Hrgović (1979), Ivan Jurić (1975), Branko Strupar (1970), and Josip Weber (1964).