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Thomas Sjöberg

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Thomas Sjöberg (born 6 July 1952) is a Swedish former professional footballer who played as a forward. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Thomas Sjöberg has received more than 24,113 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Thomas Sjöberg is the 4,751st most popular soccer player, the 1,021st most popular biography from Sweden and the 112th most popular Swedish Soccer Player.

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.20

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.71

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Thomas Sjöberg ranks 4,751 out of 16,880Before him are Christoph Kramer, Ahmed Musa, Carlos Secretário, Iker Muniain, Toshiya Miura, and Masakiyo Maezono. After him are Aloísio Pires Alves, Zygmunt Anczok, Boško Balaban, Bent Christensen Arensøe, Fábio, and Edu.

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Among people born in 1952, Thomas Sjöberg ranks 521Before him are Willy Puchner, Jenny Shipley, Vlado Taneski, Sugata Mitra, Laurie Bird, and Daniel Bautista. After him are Jean Rouaud, Roger Stone, Uri Ariel, Mirandinha, Ralph Merkle, and Jens Jørn Bertelsen.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Thomas Sjöberg ranks 1,021 out of 1,612Before him are Bosson (1969), Bengt Nilsson (1934), Martin Wallström (1983), Eva Ström (1947), Roine Stolt (1956), and Carolina Klüft (1983). After him are Ragnar Lundberg (1924), Jan Halvarsson (1942), Håkan Hardenberger (1961), Markus Rosenberg (1982), Tomas Svensson (1968), and Alexander Isak (1999).


Among soccer players born in Sweden, Thomas Sjöberg ranks 112Before him are Victor Lindelöf (1994), Mats Magnusson (1963), Niclas Alexandersson (1971), Jan Möller (1953), Hasse Borg (1953), and Jean-Paul Vonderburg (1964). After him are Markus Rosenberg (1982), Alexander Isak (1999), Jesper Blomqvist (1974), John Guidetti (1992), Stefan Pettersson (1963), and Dejan Kulusevski (2000).