Norberto Alonso

1953 - Today

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Norberto Osvaldo Alonso (born 4 January 1953), known colloquially as "Beto" Alonso, is an Argentine former football midfielder, who played the majority of his career for the Argentine club River Plate, where he won 9 titles. He remains one of their most notable players. He stands in fifth place in River Plate's all time goalscoring records with 149 goals and 7th place in their all time appearances record with 374 matches played. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Norberto Alonso has received more than 70,562 page views. His biography is available in 31 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 29 in 2019). Norberto Alonso is the 1,932nd most popular soccer player (up from 2,202nd in 2019), the 322nd most popular biography from Argentina (up from 332nd in 2019) and the 138th most popular Argentinean Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Norberto Alonso ranks 1,932 out of 16,923Before him are Luis Cruz, Sadok Sassi, Adolf Urban, Nené, Claude Le Roy, and Ljubiša Spajić. After him are Bernd Bransch, Łukasz Piszczek, Vincent Candela, Åke Johansson, Ricardo Infante, and Michu.

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Among people born in 1953, Norberto Alonso ranks 204Before him are Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Tōru Furuya, Gernot Rohr, Robert Zoellick, Ho Ching, and Melchior Ndadaye. After him are Charles Martin Smith, Pavel Vinogradov, José Bové, Norman Finkelstein, Alex Van Halen, and Aleksandr Abdulov.

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In Argentina

Among people born in Argentina, Norberto Alonso ranks 322 out of 900Before him are Maxi Rodríguez (1981), Carlos Spadaro (1902), Natalio Perinetti (1900), Juan Carlos Muñoz (1919), Ricardo Montaner (1957), and Eduardo Guerrero (1928). After him are José Figueroa Alcorta (1860), Ricardo Infante (1924), Ariel Dorfman (1942), Manuel Quintana (1835), Germán Burgos (1969), and Delfo Cabrera (1919).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Argentina

Among soccer players born in Argentina, Norberto Alonso ranks 138Before him are Domingo Tarasconi (1903), Daniel Killer (1949), Maxi Rodríguez (1981), Carlos Spadaro (1902), Natalio Perinetti (1900), and Juan Carlos Muñoz (1919). After him are Ricardo Infante (1924), Germán Burgos (1969), Julio Olarticoechea (1958), Roberto Abbondanzieri (1972), Alfredo Rojas (1937), and Juan Antonio Pizzi (1968).