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Tahar El Khalej

1968 - Today

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Tahar El Khalej (pronounced Taher Lakhlej Arabic: الطاهر الخلج‎) (born 16 June 1968) is a retired Moroccan footballer who played as a defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tahar El Khalej has received more than 35,950 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Tahar El Khalej is the 5,578th most popular soccer player, the 116th most popular biography from Morocco and the 22nd most popular Moroccan Soccer Player.

Memorability Metrics

  • 36k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 51.41

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 17

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.44

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.89

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Tahar El Khalej ranks 5,578 out of 16,923Before him are Seol Ki-hyeon, Masoud Shojaei, Augusto Fernández, Ognjen Koroman, Juan Iturbe, and Jelle Van Damme. After him are Philippe Albert, Lluís Carreras, Per Frimann, Peter Reid, Andreas Hinkel, and Davide Santon.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1968, Tahar El Khalej ranks 451Before him are Grace Poe, Jennifer Lynch, Sinitta, Theo de Raadt, Kaori Nagamine, and Amy Carlson. After him are Evridiki, Alan Budikusuma, Ali Benarbia, Franck Lagorce, Warren Ellis, and Niamh Kavanagh.

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In Morocco

Among people born in Morocco, Tahar El Khalej ranks 116 out of 163Before him are Nabil Dirar (1986), French Montana (1984), Ronald Agénor (1964), Gérard Soler (1954), Adel Taarabt (1989), and Jaouad Gharib (1972). After him are Mohammed Chaouch (1966), Mohammed Mourhit (1970), Tarik Sektioui (1977), Moestafa El Kabir (1988), Aziz Bouhaddouz (1987), and Mounir Fatmi (1970).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Morocco

Among soccer players born in Morocco, Tahar El Khalej ranks 22Before him are Aziz Bouderbala (1960), Hassan Nader (1965), Mustafa El Haddaoui (1961), Nabil Dirar (1986), Gérard Soler (1954), and Adel Taarabt (1989). After him are Mohammed Chaouch (1966), Tarik Sektioui (1977), Moestafa El Kabir (1988), Aziz Bouhaddouz (1987), Youssef Chippo (1973), and Rachid Azzouzi (1971).