Roberto Porta

1913 - 1984

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Roberto Porta (Italian pronunciation: [roˈbɛrto ˈpɔrta]; 7 June 1913 – 2 January 1984) was a Uruguayan–Italian footballer who played as a forward. During his club career he played for Nacional (Uruguay), Inter (Italy) and Independiente (Argentina). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Roberto Porta has received more than 20,995 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Roberto Porta is the 1,381st most popular soccer player, the 85th most popular biography from Uruguay and the 48th most popular Uruguayan Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Roberto Porta ranks 1,381 out of 16,923Before him are Fred, Manuel Ferreira, Masakatsu Miyamoto, Feliciano Rivilla, Ramón Grosso, and Francisco Olazar. After him are Hugo Lloris, Mohamed Salah, Yoshitada Yamaguchi, Herbert Erhardt, Karl Koller, and Augusto da Costa.

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Among people born in 1913, Roberto Porta ranks 164Before him are Cordwainer Smith, Vince Lombardi, Harald Edelstam, Salvador Artigas, Otto Wichterle, and John Cairncross. After him are Carl-Henning Pedersen, Aisha Abd al-Rahman, Luis Miró, Morton Gould, René Llense, and Teodoro Fernández. Among people deceased in 1984, Roberto Porta ranks 124Before him are John Marley, Blagoje Marjanović, Arkhip Lyulka, Ralph Kirkpatrick, Kim Il, and Valery Voronin. After him are Louis Lansana Beavogui, Rambai Barni, Sam Jaffe, Wolfgang Staudte, Niyazi, and Helge Løvland.

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In Uruguay

Among people born in Uruguay, Roberto Porta ranks 85 out of 314Before him are Juan Carlos Corazzo (1907), Julio Abbadie (1930), Alberto Demicheli (1896), Juan Burgueño (1923), Carlos Riolfo (1905), and Juan Antonio Lavalleja (1784). After him are Gabriel Terra (1873), Juan Carlos Calvo (1906), Diego Lugano (1980), Luis Rijo (1927), Diego Godín (1986), and Gabriel Antonio Pereira (1794).


Among soccer players born in Uruguay, Roberto Porta ranks 48Before him are Ángel Melogno (1905), Andrés Mazali (1902), Juan Carlos Corazzo (1907), Julio Abbadie (1930), Juan Burgueño (1923), and Carlos Riolfo (1905). After him are Juan Carlos Calvo (1906), Diego Lugano (1980), Luis Rijo (1927), Diego Godín (1986), Conduelo Píriz (1905), and Héctor Vilches (1926).