Salif Keïta

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Salif Keïta Traoré (born 8 December 1946), known as Keita, is a Malian retired footballer who played as a striker. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Salif Keïta has received more than 5,123 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Salif Keïta is the 1,535th most popular soccer player (up from 1,551st in 2019), the 16th most popular biography from Mali (down from 15th in 2019) and the 2nd most popular Malian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Salif Keïta ranks 1,535 out of 16,923Before him are Karl-Erik Palmér, Antal Dunai, Vlastimil Kopecký, Stefan Reuter, David de Gea, and Seydou Keita. After him are Kees Rijvers, Léon Semmeling, Ruy Ramos, Francisco Rodrigues, Hristo Bonev, and Walter Mazzarri.

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Among people born in 1946, Salif Keïta ranks 314Before him are Stuart Wilson, Zülfü Livaneli, Martin Kove, Valentina Tolkunova, Henry Paulson, and Steve Kanaly. After him are Dragutin Šurbek, Sonthi Boonyaratglin, Keith Mitchell, Hanna Suchocka, Francis Goya, and Ruth Fuchs.

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In Mali

Among people born in Mali, Salif Keïta ranks 16 out of 46Before him are Alpha Oumar Konaré (1946), Dioncounda Traoré (1942), Sonni Ali (1464), Amadou Hampâté Bâ (1900), Souleymane Cissé (1940), and Seydou Keita (1980). After him are Jean Zerbo (1943), Boubacar Traoré (1942), Mahamadou Diarra (1981), Cheick Modibo Diarra (1952), Toumani Diabaté (1965), and Ousmane Issoufi Maïga (1945).

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Among soccer players born in Mali, Salif Keïta ranks 2Before him are Seydou Keita (1980). After him are Mahamadou Diarra (1981), Cheick Diabaté (1988), Modibo Maïga (1987), Adama Coulibaly (1980), Adama Traoré (1995), Almamy Touré (1996), Adama Tamboura (1985), Abdou Traoré (1988), Amadou Haidara (1998), and Soumbeïla Diakité (1984).