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Miralem Sulejmani

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Miralem Sulejmani (Serbian Cyrillic: Миралем Сулејмани, pronounced [mirǎlem sulejmâːni]; born 5 December 1988) is a Serbian professional footballer who plays as a winger. When he signed for Ajax in 2008, he became the most expensive football player to have ever been purchased by a Dutch club. Over the course of seven seasons he amassed Eredivisie totals of 137 games and 44 goals. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Miralem Sulejmani has received more than 510,158 page views. His biography is available in 31 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 28 in 2019). Miralem Sulejmani is the 5,522nd most popular soccer player (down from 4,937th in 2019), the 323rd most popular biography from Serbia (down from 272nd in 2019) and the 84th most popular Serbian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Miralem Sulejmani ranks 5,522 out of 16,880Before him are Ivan Radeljić, Fabián Ruiz, Wu Lei, Federico Balzaretti, Vedat Muriqi, and Kyogo Furuhashi. After him are Karl Toko Ekambi, Oséas, Muriqui, Joop Hiele, Willie Watson, and Vitolo.

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Among people born in 1988, Miralem Sulejmani ranks 195Before him are Regé-Jean Page, Atsuto Uchida, Thierry Neuville, Adrián López, Angelo Ogbonna, and Bibras Natkho. After him are Matthias Jaissle, Hahm Eun-jung, DeAndre Jordan, Domagoj Duvnjak, Lee Yeon-hee, and Kevin Love.

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In Serbia

Among people born in Serbia, Miralem Sulejmani ranks 323 out of 564Before him are Jasna Šekarić (1965), Ljubinko Drulović (1968), Nikola Jokić (1995), Aleksandar Vulin (1972), Bojana Novakovic (1981), and Radivoje Manić (1972). After him are Branko Babić (1950), Predrag Spasić (1965), Dragan Škrbić (1968), Maja Gojković (1963), Prvoslav Vujcic (1960), and Momir Rnić (1955).


Among soccer players born in Serbia, Miralem Sulejmani ranks 84Before him are Zoran Mirković (1971), Duško Tošić (1985), Antonio Rukavina (1984), Ivan Pudar (1961), Ljubinko Drulović (1968), and Radivoje Manić (1972). After him are Branko Babić (1950), Predrag Spasić (1965), Gojko Kačar (1987), Matija Nastasić (1993), Zoran Tošić (1987), and Milan Jovanović (1981).