Originally Posted by Mustard
And as I've explained, Richard Gonzales is anglicised, i.e. English language. Ricardo Alonso Gonzalez is his real Spanish language name. Pancho was his nickname, as it's only usually used for men with the first name Francisco, like Francisco "Pancho" Segura, not for men with the first name Ricardo.
It's like Johan Cruyff (English language), Johan Cruijff (Dutch language).
When did "Gonzalez" start being used as spelling? About forty years after he retired?