Ramón Abeledo

1937 - Today

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Ramón Gregorio Abeledo (born 29 April 1937) is an Argentine football midfielder who played for Argentina in the 1962 FIFA World Cup. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ramón Abeledo has received more than 9,543 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Ramón Abeledo is the 2,831st most popular soccer player, the 425th most popular biography from Argentina and the 201st most popular Argentinean Soccer Player.

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  • 57.70

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  • 16

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  • 6.80

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  • 1.32

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Among soccer players, Ramón Abeledo ranks 2,831 out of 16,923Before him are Zaur Kaloev, Karol Jokl, Jorge Pardon, Takumi Minamino, Mariano Díaz, and Daniel Fonseca. After him are Alexis Chantraine, Hans Aabech, Raymundo Rodríguez, Toninho, Igor Dobrovolski, and Lobo Carrasco.

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Among people born in 1937, Ramón Abeledo ranks 355Before him are Nina Companeez, Matthew Carter, James MacArthur, Lothar Späth, Claude Allègre, and Manoj Kumar. After him are Anita Desai, Conny Vandenbos, Tony Maggs, Márta Rudas, Dee Palmer, and Martin Lauer.

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In Argentina

Among people born in Argentina, Ramón Abeledo ranks 425 out of 900Before him are Lisandro López (1983), Nelson López (1941), Juan José Campanella (1959), Alberto Acosta (1966), Mariano Mores (1918), and Andrés D'Alessandro (1981). After him are Alfredo Pián (1912), Leopoldo Torre Nilsson (1924), Ramón Medina Bello (1966), Pedro Pasculli (1960), Oscar Larrauri (1954), and Alberto Mariotti (1935).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Argentina

Among soccer players born in Argentina, Ramón Abeledo ranks 201Before him are Norberto Menéndez (1936), Lucho González (1981), Lisandro López (1983), Nelson López (1941), Alberto Acosta (1966), and Andrés D'Alessandro (1981). After him are Ramón Medina Bello (1966), Pedro Pasculli (1960), Alberto Mariotti (1935), Miguel Ángel Santoro (1942), Agustín Balbuena (1945), and Pablo Zabaleta (1985).