SOCCER PLAYER

Ramiro Blacut

1944 - Today

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Ramiro Blacut Rodriguez (born 3 January 1944 in La Paz) is a Bolivian former international footballer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ramiro Blacut has received more than 20,354 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Ramiro Blacut is the 3,954th most popular soccer player, the 58th most popular biography from Bolivia and the 13th most popular Soccer Player.

Memorability Metrics

  • 20k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 42.60

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.45

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.90

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Ramiro Blacut ranks 3,954 out of 16,880Before him are Marc Degryse, Carlos Alberto Dias, Hiromi Hara, Reinhard Lauck, Antonio Candreva, and Ivan Davidov. After him are Glenn Hoddle, Dmytro Chygrynskiy, Pedro Pablo León, Tony Dunne, Saguier Carreras, and Oscar Garré.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1944, Ramiro Blacut ranks 537Before him are Armistead Maupin, Jack Casady, Gunnar Asmussen, Joseph Boakai, Tom Seaver, and Guity Novin. After him are Edith McGuire, Valmir Louruz, Pratibha Ray, Salmaan Taseer, István Géczi, and Oswald Gracias.

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In Bolivia

Among people born in Bolivia, Ramiro Blacut ranks 58 out of 78Before him are Víctor Ugarte (1926), Mamerto Urriolagoitía (1895), Diógenes Lara (1903), Jorge Quiroga (1960), Mario Alborta (1910), and René Fernández (1906). After him are Eduardo Reyes Ortiz (1907), Gumercindo Gómez (1907), Marcelo Martins Moreno (1987), Miguel Brito (1901), Constantino Noya (null), and Marco Etcheverry (1970).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Bolivia

Among soccer players born in Bolivia, Ramiro Blacut ranks 13Before him are Renato Sáinz (1899), Julio César Baldivieso (1971), Víctor Ugarte (1926), Diógenes Lara (1903), Mario Alborta (1910), and René Fernández (1906). After him are Eduardo Reyes Ortiz (1907), Gumercindo Gómez (1907), Marcelo Martins Moreno (1987), Miguel Brito (1901), Constantino Noya (null), and Marco Etcheverry (1970).