Vladimir Voskoboinikov

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Vladimir Voskoboinikov (born 2 February 1983) is a retired Estonian professional footballer who played as a centre forward. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Vladimir Voskoboinikov has received more than 20,821 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Vladimir Voskoboinikov is the 11,267th most popular soccer player, the 244th most popular biography from Estonia and the 24th most popular Estonian Soccer Player.

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  • 15

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  • 5.81

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  • 1.57

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Vladimir Voskoboinikov ranks 11,267 out of 16,923Before him are Chris Eagles, Malek Mouath, Steven Bryce, Leonardo Henriques da Silva, Kim Min-woo, and Stephan Schröck. After him are Glenn Loovens, Lukas Spalvis, Ahmed El Shenawy, Liban Abdi, László Sepsi, and José Juan Vázquez.

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Among people born in 1983, Vladimir Voskoboinikov ranks 842Before him are Matteo Paro, Kari Lehtonen, Oswaldo Minda, James Rossiter, Patrick Wolf, and Cristian Hidalgo. After him are Glenn Loovens, Ladji Doucouré, Mejdi Traoui, Fredrik Petersen, Brandi Rhodes, and Fininho.

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In Estonia

Among people born in Estonia, Vladimir Voskoboinikov ranks 244 out of 276Before him are Kristen Viikmäe (1979), Artur Kotenko (1981), Ats Purje (1985), Kristjan Kangur (1982), Nikolai Novosjolov (1980), and Aivar Anniste (1980). After him are Elina Nechayeva (1991), Magnus Kirt (1990), Jüri Pootsmann (1994), Mihkel Aksalu (1984), Aleksandr Dmitrijev (1982), and Jürgen Zopp (1988).


Among soccer players born in Estonia, Vladimir Voskoboinikov ranks 24Before him are Dmitri Kruglov (1984), Taavi Rähn (1981), Kristen Viikmäe (1979), Artur Kotenko (1981), Ats Purje (1985), and Aivar Anniste (1980). After him are Mihkel Aksalu (1984), Aleksandr Dmitrijev (1982), Henrik Ojamaa (1991), Andrei Sidorenkov (1984), Sergei Zenjov (1989), and Martin Vunk (1984).