Wim Meutstege

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Wim Meutstege (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɪm ˈmøːt.steː.ɣə]) (born 28 July 1952 in Lochem, Gelderland) is a Dutch former footballer who played as a defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Wim Meutstege has received more than 14,090 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Wim Meutstege is the 5,756th most popular soccer player, the 958th most popular biography from Netherlands and the 179th most popular Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Wim Meutstege ranks 5,756 out of 16,880Before him are Ralf Fährmann, Roman Eremenko, Abdoulaye Traoré, Celso Ayala, Kiyotaka Matsui, and Jeison Murillo. After him are Olivier Kapo, Carmel Busuttil, Nikolay Iliev, Youssef En-Nesyri, Antar Yahia, and John de Wolf.

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Among people born in 1952, Wim Meutstege ranks 599Before him are Guillermo La Rosa, Wojciech Rudy, Oliver Knussen, Riki Sorsa, Debbie Meyer, and John Rutsey. After him are Veronika Schmidt, Anatoly Baidachny, Laraine Newman, Margitta Pufe, Alice Hoffman, and Hughie Thomasson.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, Wim Meutstege ranks 958 out of 1,427Before him are Orlando Engelaar (1979), Peter Blangé (1964), R3hab (1986), Michel Vorm (1983), Glennis Grace (1978), and Denny Landzaat (1976). After him are Nyck de Vries (1995), John de Wolf (1962), Princess Alexia of the Netherlands (2005), Jörg Müller (1969), Marco van Ginkel (1992), and Leontien van Moorsel (1970).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Netherlands

Among soccer players born in Netherlands, Wim Meutstege ranks 179Before him are Johan de Kock (1964), Piet Wildschut (1957), Sander Westerveld (1974), Orlando Engelaar (1979), Michel Vorm (1983), and Denny Landzaat (1976). After him are John de Wolf (1962), Marco van Ginkel (1992), Jan Versleijen (1955), Noussair Mazraoui (1997), Peter van Vossen (1968), and Sjaak Troost (1959).