Ragnar Klavan

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Ragnar Klavan

Ragnar Klavan (born 30 October 1985) is an Estonian professional footballer who plays as a defender for Italian club Cagliari and captains the Estonia national team. A left-footed centre back, he has also played as a left back during his career. Klavan played for Elva, Tulevik and Flora in Estonia, winning the Meistriliiga with Flora in the 2003 season, before moving to the Netherlands where he represented Heracles Almelo and AZ, winning the Eredivisie with the latter in the 2008–09 season. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ragnar Klavan has received more than 1,097,549 page views. His biography is available in 37 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 3,469th most popular soccer player.

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Among soccer players, Ragnar Klavan ranks 3,466 out of 13,233Before him are Takefusa Kubo, Cristiane Rozeira, Moreno Torricelli, Gabriel Barbosa, Tomomi Seo, and Franco Di Santo. After him are Maurizio Gaudino, João Pinto, Sebastián Soria, Juan Arango, Leonel Álvarez, and Viktor Chanov.

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Among people born in 1985, Ragnar Klavan ranks 155Before him are Dwight Howard, Philippe Senderos, Nelson Piquet Jr., Tatiana Maslany, Zach Roerig, and Cristiane Rozeira. After him are Nicolás Almagro, Yū Aoi, Kangin, Hakuhō Shō, Marina Diamandis, and Addys Mercedes.

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In Estonia

Among people born in Estonia, Ragnar Klavan ranks 117 out of 181Before him are Jaan Kirsipuu (1969), Erki Nool (1970), Carmen Kass (1978), Taavi Rõivas (1979), Andres Oper (1977), and Gerd Kanter (1979). After him are Erkki-Sven Tüür (1959), Erika Salumäe (1962), Martin Reim (1971), Kristina Šmigun-Vähi (1977), Kaia Kanepi (1985), and Johann Urb (null).