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Paolo Montero

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Rónald Paolo Montero Iglesias (born 3 September 1971) is a Uruguayan football manager and former player, who played as a central defender or left-back and is the manager of Primavera 1 team Juventus U19. Montero began his career in Uruguay with Peñarol in 1990, before moving to Italian side Atalanta in 1992. He joined Juventus in 1996, where he remained until 2005, winning four Serie A titles, among other trophies; he subsequently moved to Argentine club San Lorenzo. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Paolo Montero has received more than 341,437 page views. His biography is available in 33 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 31 in 2019). Paolo Montero is the 2,204th most popular soccer player (down from 2,112th in 2019), the 121st most popular biography from Uruguay (down from 114th in 2019) and the 69th most popular Uruguayan Soccer Player.

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  • 2.85

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Among soccer players, Paolo Montero ranks 2,204 out of 16,880Before him are Ruud Hesp, Andrei Kanchelskis, Ricardo Rocha, Nicolas Hoydonckx, Aleksandre Chivadze, and Nikola Kotkov. After him are Mario Perazzolo, Takeshi Ono, André Silva, Sylvinho, Gyula Polgár, and Juan.

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Among people born in 1971, Paolo Montero ranks 141Before him are Alexander Popov, Henry Thomas, Gheorghe Mureșan, Bernd Mayländer, Luigi Di Biagio, and Jonathan Ke Quan. After him are Rick Yune, Sergi Bruguera, Emily Mortimer, Max Martin, Paulina Rubio, and Ricardo Antonio Chavira.

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In Uruguay

Among people born in Uruguay, Paolo Montero ranks 121 out of 370Before him are Alfredo Baldomir (1884), Luis Eduardo Pérez (1774), Alfredo Zitarrosa (1936), Horacio Troche (1935), Juan Arremón (1899), and José Sasía (1933). After him are Antonio María Barbieri (1892), Rubén Sosa (1966), Fernando Morena (1952), Tomás Villalba (1805), Julio Montero Castillo (1944), and Víctor Espárrago (1944).


Among soccer players born in Uruguay, Paolo Montero ranks 69Before him are Héctor Núñez (1936), José Piendibene (1890), Pedro Arispe (1900), Horacio Troche (1935), Juan Arremón (1899), and José Sasía (1933). After him are Rubén Sosa (1966), Fernando Morena (1952), Julio Montero Castillo (1944), Víctor Espárrago (1944), Néstor Gonçalves (1936), and Roberto Figueroa (1904).