Tamir Cohen

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Tamir Cohen (Hebrew: תמיר כהן‎; born 4 March 1984) is an Israeli former footballer who played as a midfielder. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tamir Cohen has received more than 46,101 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Tamir Cohen is the 11,300th most popular soccer player (down from 9,385th in 2019), the 376th most popular biography from Israel (down from 286th in 2019) and the 30th most popular Israeli Soccer Player.

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  • 20

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  • 3.36

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  • 2.48

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Tamir Cohen ranks 11,300 out of 16,923Before him are Masato Koga, Kenji Wakai, Renaud Cohade, Stephen Carr, Mert Müldür, and Mariano Trípodi. After him are Taichi Sato, Nicolai Stokholm, Jacopo Sala, Yuzuki Ito, Diego Lainez, and Marcus Bent.

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Among people born in 1984, Tamir Cohen ranks 835Before him are Arttu Lappi, Silvio Heinevetter, Wallace Spearmon, Oksana Domnina, Kanu, and Renaud Cohade. After him are Gary Neal, CariDee English, Prince Fielder, Rogerinho, Luca Rigoni, and Alex Smith.

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In Israel

Among people born in Israel, Tamir Cohen ranks 376 out of 389Before him are Gal Alberman (1983), Eden Ben Basat (1986), Lucy Ayoub (1992), Yaniv Katan (1981), Almog Cohen (1988), and Nir Davidovich (1976). After him are Omer Damari (1989), Omer Golan (1982), Miri Ben-Ari (1978), Borgore (1987), Or Sasson (1990), and Dekel Keinan (1984).


Among soccer players born in Israel, Tamir Cohen ranks 30Before him are Viktor Tsyhankov (1997), Gal Alberman (1983), Eden Ben Basat (1986), Yaniv Katan (1981), Almog Cohen (1988), and Nir Davidovich (1976). After him are Omer Damari (1989), Omer Golan (1982), Dekel Keinan (1984), Klemi Saban (1980), and Nir Bitton (1991).