Nicolas Ouédec

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Nicolas Pierre Ouédec (born 28 October 1971) is a retired French professional footballer who played as a striker. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nicolas Ouédec has received more than 37,334 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Nicolas Ouédec is the 6,947th most popular soccer player, the 4,549th most popular biography from France and the 368th most popular French Soccer Player.

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  • 2.49

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Among soccer players, Nicolas Ouédec ranks 6,947 out of 16,923Before him are Emil Hallfreðsson, Andy Gray, Sandro Tonali, Sébastien Haller, David Mateos, and Konstantin Vassiljev. After him are Steven Berghuis, Kazuhiko Takemoto, Ânderson Lima, Benoît Cheyrou, Bentinho, and Leroy Fer.

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Among people born in 1971, Nicolas Ouédec ranks 584Before him are Alejandro García Padilla, Marina de Van, Sunay Erdem, Robert Reichel, Craig Thomas, and Rulon Gardner. After him are Bentinho, Iván Rodríguez, Sibel Tüzün, Jamie Luner, Morgan Nicholls, and Rachel Luttrell.

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In France

Among people born in France, Nicolas Ouédec ranks 4,549 out of 5,234Before him are Franck Piccard (1965), Ryad Boudebouz (1990), Élodie Fontan (1987), Florian Maurice (1974), Alexis Pinturault (1991), and Sébastien Haller (1994). After him are Benoît Cheyrou (1981), Nicolas Cazalé (1977), Jérémy Morel (1984), Keny Arkana (1982), Nicolas Roche (1984), and Randy de Puniet (1981).


Among soccer players born in France, Nicolas Ouédec ranks 368Before him are Morgan Amalfitano (1985), Michaël Ciani (1984), Eric Carrière (1973), Ryad Boudebouz (1990), Florian Maurice (1974), and Sébastien Haller (1994). After him are Benoît Cheyrou (1981), Jérémy Morel (1984), Mourad Meghni (1984), Khalid Boutaïb (1987), Yazid Mansouri (1978), and Rémy Vercoutre (1980).