Oussama Tannane

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Oussama Tannane (Berber: ⵓⵙⴻⵎⴰ ⵜⴰⵏⴰⵏⴻ, Arabic: أسامة طنان‎; born 23 March 1994) is a Moroccan professional footballer who plays as a winger for Vitesse. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Oussama Tannane has received more than 153,936 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Oussama Tannane is the 11,499th most popular soccer player, the 158th most popular biography from Morocco and the 51st most popular Moroccan Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Oussama Tannane ranks 11,499 out of 16,923Before him are André Ramalho, Mario Abrante, Ihlas Bebou, David Cobeño, Rodrigo Souto, and Yu Dabao. After him are Amir Abedzadeh, Chadli Amri, Constantinos Makrides, Martin Albrechtsen, Kiyonobu Okajima, and Lee Casciaro.

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Among people born in 1994, Oussama Tannane ranks 335Before him are Alec Benjamin, Jenny Rissveds, NikkieTutorials, Chan Vathanaka, Ahmed Khalil, and Ihlas Bebou. After him are Jesús Gallardo, Jefferson Lerma, Jackie Groenen, Gregorio Paltrinieri, Zheng Saisai, and Kateryna Kozlova.

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In Morocco

Among people born in Morocco, Oussama Tannane ranks 158 out of 163Before him are Achraf Lazaar (1992), Myriam El Khomri (1978), Ayoub El Kaabi (1993), Ibba Laajab (1985), Sofia Essaïdi (1984), and Mohamed Elyounoussi (1994). After him are Badr Banoun (1993), Abdalaati Iguider (1987), Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti (1996), Adam Masina (1994), and Princess Lalla Khadija of Morocco (2007).


Among soccer players born in Morocco, Oussama Tannane ranks 51Before him are Nadir Lamyaghri (1976), Hamza Mendyl (1997), Achraf Lazaar (1992), Ayoub El Kaabi (1993), Ibba Laajab (1985), and Mohamed Elyounoussi (1994). After him are Badr Banoun (1993), Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti (1996), and Adam Masina (1994).