Yoshie Kasajima

1975 - Today

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Yoshie Kasajima (笠嶋 由恵, Kasajima Yoshie, born May 12, 1975) is a former Japanese football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Yoshie Kasajima has received more than 2,344 page views. Her biography is available in 36 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 30 in 2019). Yoshie Kasajima is the 4,531st most popular soccer player (up from 7,713th in 2019), the 1,434th most popular biography from Japan and the 363rd most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

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  • 1.34

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Yoshie Kasajima ranks 4,531 out of 16,923Before her are Péter Gulácsi, Zlatko Yankov, José Fonte, Jean Beausejour, Luis Gabelo Conejo, and Émerson Luiz Firmino. After her are Maurizio Ganz, Héctor Bellerín, Lee Dong-gook, Yuji Sakakura, Carlos Tenorio, and Aziz Bouderbala.

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Among people born in 1975, Yoshie Kasajima ranks 237Before her are Daniel Harding, Joel Aguilar, David Leitch, Jimmi Simpson, Kazumi Kishi, and Svyatoslav Vakarchuk. After her are Freddy Rodriguez, Theo Rossi, Jolene Blalock, Youssef Chahed, Brian Geraghty, and Hans Matheson.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Yoshie Kasajima ranks 1,434 out of 5,560Before her are Futaba Kioka (1965), Eizo Kenmotsu (1948), Akitsugu Konno (1944), Naoki Matsuda (1977), Naomi Osaka (1997), and Takashi Sorimachi (1973). After her are Kin Endate (1960), Yuji Sakakura (1967), Takeshi Watanabe (1972), Kenji Nagai (1957), Nobuyuki Kojima (1966), and Mayumi Iizuka (1977).


Among soccer players born in Japan, Yoshie Kasajima ranks 363Before her are Akihiro Nagashima (1964), Bunji Kimura (1944), Kazumi Kishi (1975), Homare Sawa (1978), Futaba Kioka (1965), and Naoki Matsuda (1977). After her are Yuji Sakakura (1967), Takeshi Watanabe (1972), Nobuyuki Kojima (1966), Noriko Ishibashi (1970), Inesu Emiko Takeoka (1971), and Masanao Sasaki (1962).