Tanguy Nianzou

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Nianzou Tanguy-Austin Kouassi (born 7 June 2002), known as Tanguy Nianzou, is a French professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tanguy Nianzou has received more than 170,556 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Tanguy Nianzou is the 9,651st most popular soccer player, the 4,817th most popular biography from France and the 506th most popular French Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Tanguy Nianzou ranks 9,651 out of 16,923Before him are Minoru Kushibiki, Blazhe Ilijoski, Steve McMahon, Hiroki Fujiharu, Milton Casco, and Choi Sung-kuk. After him are Boualem Khoukhi, Yoshiyuki Sakamoto, Marco Höger, Camille Abily, Moi Gómez, and Frederik Rønnow.

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Among people born in 2002, Tanguy Nianzou ranks 15Before him are Eduardo Camavinga, Prince Felix of Denmark, Stefania Liberakakis, Samuel, Asher Angel, and Cleopatra Stratan. After him are Giovanni Reyna, Zinaida Kupriyanovich, Sebastiano Esposito, Levi Miller, Skai Jackson, and Destiny Chukunyere.

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In France

Among people born in France, Tanguy Nianzou ranks 4,817 out of 5,234Before him are Clément Chantôme (1987), Carole Montillet (1973), Najoua Belyzel (1981), Amaury Leveaux (1985), Benjamin Boukpeti (1981), and Benjamin Darbelet (1980). After him are Julien Lizeroux (1979), Étienne Bacrot (1983), Camille Abily (1984), Yannick Agnel (1992), Thomas Dossevi (1979), and Kamel Ghilas (1984).


Among soccer players born in France, Tanguy Nianzou ranks 506Before him are Anice Badri (1990), Jean-Daniel Akpa-Akpro (1992), Mounir Obbadi (1983), Martin Terrier (1997), Bouna Sarr (1992), and Clément Chantôme (1987). After him are Camille Abily (1984), Thomas Dossevi (1979), Kamel Ghilas (1984), Abdelaziz Barrada (1989), Ismaël Traoré (1986), and Ludovic Butelle (1983).