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Mustapha Hadji

1971 - Today

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Mustapha Hadji (born 16 November 1971) is a Moroccan football coach and former player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mustapha Hadji has received more than 411,181 page views. His biography is available in 36 different languages on Wikipedia. Mustapha Hadji is the 1,459th most popular soccer player (up from 1,837th in 2019), the 80th most popular biography from Morocco (down from 69th in 2019) and the 5th most popular Moroccan Soccer Player.

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  • 49.53

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 36

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.29

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.65

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Mustapha Hadji ranks 1,459 out of 16,880Before him are Ken Naganuma, Conduelo Píriz, Mateja Kežman, Danilo Alvim, Darijo Srna, and Ezzaki Badou. After him are Willy Sagnol, Luis Vargas Peña, Fabio Grosso, Ricardo Bochini, Fernando Llorente, and Dezső Novák.

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Among people born in 1971, Mustapha Hadji ranks 95Before him are Kjetil André Aamodt, Theodoros Zagorakis, Gad Elmaleh, Noah Wyle, Patricia Velásquez, and Mario Abdo Benítez. After him are Peter Sarsgaard, Adriana Karembeu, Faryd Mondragón, Jon Hamm, Roberto de Assis Moreira, and Antonios Nikopolidis.

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In Morocco

Among people born in Morocco, Mustapha Hadji ranks 80 out of 198Before him are Philippe Barbarin (1950), Ibrahim ibn Tashfin (1131), Mohammed Karim Lamrani (1919), Driss Chraïbi (1926), Touria Chaoui (1936), and Ezzaki Badou (1959). After him are Said Belqola (1956), Hicham El Guerrouj (1974), Dominique Mamberti (1952), Alain Souchon (1944), RedOne (1972), and Alber Elbaz (1961).


Among soccer players born in Morocco, Mustapha Hadji ranks 5Before him are Just Fontaine (1933), Larbi Benbarek (1914), Ahmed Faras (1946), and Ezzaki Badou (1959). After him are Abdelmajid Dolmy (1953), Abderrahmane Mahjoub (1929), Noureddine Naybet (1970), Driss Bamous (1942), Serge Chiesa (1950), Mohamed Timoumi (1960), and Daniel Sanchez (1953).