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Old 09-07-2012, 08:13 PM   #48
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Originally Posted by ClarkC View Post
A great player. Some of his defenders are pretty slow learners when it comes to spelling his name, however.
Gonzales' real name was Ricardo Alonso Gonzalez. Why was he called Pancho? Pancho is short for Francisco, which is why Segura's first name was Pancho. Gonzales' first name was Ricardo, or Richard in anglicised form, so Pancho was more of a nickname for him.
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