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Predrag Spasić

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Predrag Spasić (Serbian Cyrillic: Предраг Спасић; born 13 May 1965) is a Serbian retired footballer who played as a central defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Predrag Spasić has received more than 85,759 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Predrag Spasić is the 5,573rd most popular soccer player, the 325th most popular biography from Serbia and the 86th most popular Serbian Soccer Player.

Memorability Metrics

  • 86k

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  • 38.50

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.97

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.59

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Predrag Spasić ranks 5,573 out of 16,880Before him are Rainer Hasler, Roger Ljung, Brian Priske, Eli Ohana, Ahmad Reza Abedzadeh, and Oribe Peralta. After him are Walter Junghans, Arthur Numan, Martin Keown, Johan de Kock, Branko Miljuš, and Erjon Bogdani.

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Among people born in 1965, Predrag Spasić ranks 477Before him are Jeremy Ratchford, Ignatius Aphrem II, Greg K., Marguerite MacIntyre, André Kana-Biyik, and Omar M. Yaghi. After him are Vicente Engonga, Gustavo Quinteros, Sonique, Pedro Chaves, Allar Levandi, and Laurent Lucas.

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In Serbia

Among people born in Serbia, Predrag Spasić ranks 325 out of 564Before him are Nikola Jokić (1995), Aleksandar Vulin (1972), Bojana Novakovic (1981), Radivoje Manić (1972), Miralem Sulejmani (1988), and Branko Babić (1950). After him are Dragan Škrbić (1968), Maja Gojković (1963), Prvoslav Vujcic (1960), Momir Rnić (1955), Vuk Jeremić (1975), and Gojko Kačar (1987).


Among soccer players born in Serbia, Predrag Spasić ranks 86Before him are Antonio Rukavina (1984), Ivan Pudar (1961), Ljubinko Drulović (1968), Radivoje Manić (1972), Miralem Sulejmani (1988), and Branko Babić (1950). After him are Gojko Kačar (1987), Matija Nastasić (1993), Zoran Tošić (1987), Milan Jovanović (1981), Aleksandar Luković (1982), and Filip Đorđević (1987).