Oldřich Nejedlý

1909 - 1990

Oldřich Nejedlý

Oldřich Nejedlý (26 December 1909 – 11 June 1990) was a Czech footballer, who spent his entire career at Sparta Prague as an inside-forward. He is considered as one of Czechoslovakia's greatest players. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Oldřich Nejedlý has received more than 62,021 page views. His biography is available in 32 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 146th most popular soccer player.

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Among soccer players, Oldřich Nejedlý ranks 145 out of 13,233Before him are Mauricio Pochettino, Miroslav Klose, Andrés Iniesta, Helmut Rahn, Kaká, and Bert Trautmann. After him are Franck Ribéry, Antoine Griezmann, Héctor Scarone, César Luis Menotti, Vahid Halilhodžić, and Didier Deschamps.

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Among people born in 1909, Oldřich Nejedlý ranks 37Before him are Edward Tatum, Leo Fender, Jessica Tandy, Hélder Câmara, Souphanouvong, and Norberto Bobbio. After him are László Rajk, Vicente Feola, Alexander Pechersky, Virginia Apgar, Hideo Sakai, and Stanisław Jerzy Lec. Among people deceased in 1990, Oldřich Nejedlý ranks 32Before him are Vasili Kuznetsov, Bruno Kreisky, Sandro Pertini, Keith Haring, Taiichi Ohno, and Barbara Stanwyck. After him are Volodymyr Shcherbytsky, Robert Noyce, Aaron Copland, Alexander Pechersky, Luigi Nono, and Edward A. Murphy Jr..

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In Czech Republic

Among people born in Czech Republic, Oldřich Nejedlý ranks 37 out of 162Before him are Elizabeth of Pomerania (1347), Konrad Henlein (1898), Balthasar Neumann (1687), Jan Neruda (1834), Emil Škoda (1839), and Archduke Friedrich, Duke of Teschen (1856). After him are Franz Benda (1709), Jaroslav Heyrovský (1890), Torbern Bergman (1735), Johann Josef Loschmidt (1821), Kunigunda of Halych (1245), and Karel Schwarzenberg (1937).