Santi Denia

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Santiago Denia Sánchez (born 9 March 1974), commonly known as Santi, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a central defender, and is a manager. He appeared in 297 La Liga matches over 11 seasons (two goals scored), with Albacete and Atlético Madrid. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Santi Denia has received more than 5,848 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Santi Denia is the 7,960th most popular soccer player, the 2,068th most popular biography from Spain and the 527th most popular Spanish Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Santi Denia ranks 7,960 out of 16,923Before him are Mario Gaspar Pérez, Andreas Görlitz, Wagner Pereira Cardozo, Pernille Harder, Fernando Nicolas Oliva, and Marko Dmitrović. After him are Karim Essediri, Nico Elvedi, Andy Delort, Masahiro Sukigara, Nando Rafael, and Desmond Armstrong.

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Among people born in 1974, Santi Denia ranks 602Before him are Afroman, Christian Hoffmann, Antoine Sibierski, Kim Chambers, Brande Roderick, and Marianne Timmer. After him are Víctor Hugo Peña, Miranda July, Tina Cousins, Zoran Janković, Dmitri Sautin, and Viktors Ščerbatihs.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Santi Denia ranks 2,068 out of 2,595Before him are Marc Muniesa (1992), José Luis Gayà (1995), Víctor Tomás (1985), Roger Torrent (1979), Mario Gaspar Pérez (1990), and Rubén Plaza (1980). After him are Mikel Rico (1984), Patric (1993), Álex Mumbrú (1979), Adrián González (1988), Portu (1992), and Xisco (1986).


Among soccer players born in Spain, Santi Denia ranks 527Before him are Aarón Ñíguez (1989), José Manuel Jiménez Ortiz (1981), Tiko (1976), Marc Muniesa (1992), José Luis Gayà (1995), and Mario Gaspar Pérez (1990). After him are Mikel Rico (1984), Patric (1993), Adrián González (1988), Portu (1992), Xisco (1986), and Salva Sevilla (1984).