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Discussion in 'Mexico' started by azulcremaporvida, Oct 17, 2009.
palencia's gatlillero comes from when he used run like a madman and shoot like one.
Pikolin came from a youth club he use to play named pikolines or pikolin
Hence his apodo
That one stems from Christian being from the Chaco province in Argentina, I believe he's also known by another nickname in Argentina though.
Ive heard other people being called Chaco but because of their height.
"El Jagger" - I heard its because he looks like Mick Jagger
Yesterday Pablo Ramirez explained that they call Enrique Esqueda "Paleta" because he looks like Marco Antonio Regil. So I guess they call Regil "Paleta" (?)
What's the reasoning behind "Chore".
During Chivas games, they explain why they call Edgar Mejia, Chore. They say..."pues, mirenlo".
I still don't get it!
Por orejon. Como cuando le echan carrilla a un wey y le dicen "Pinche orejon". If you say it fast it sounds like pinchorejon. Well that's my theory.
Pinche Cyber! I owe you some rep!
I saw an interview where Esqueda said that Temoc gave him the nickname "Paleta". He said that when he first started praticing with the first team he used to have a fro, and so cuah said he looked like a paleta
I found the video, it was actually Cuah's brother who gave him the nickname
They ask him about it at 1:53
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STraV4EC95Y"]YouTube - Enrique Esqueda[/ame]
neta que si tenia el pelo largo. si no fuera chinito su pelo de seguro que le llegaba a los hombros.
me acorde de otras:
"Cheroke" Sergio Perez
"Pescadito" Carlos Ruiz
"Chelis" Jose Luis Sanchez Sola
"Chucho" Jesus Ramirez, Christian Benitez
"Piti" Hector Altamirano
"Cabezon" Juan Antonio Luna (head size? doubt it)
"Guti" Jorge Ivan Estrada
"Cholo" Mauro Camoranesi
"Ojitos" Enrique Meza (probably because of his eyes but I dunno)
"Gansito" Aaron Padilla
"Chango" Alfredo Moreno
"Chacho" Eduardo Coudet
"Chamagol" Sebastian Gonzales
"Vasco" Javier Aguirre
chelito is the diminutive of Marcelo
and since his name is Cesar that makes perfect sence
I think Guado said and I've heard before that its because he was playing with Marcelo 'el chelo' Delgado and since they were both Delgado's he became el chelito even though his name isn't Marcelo.
el vasco has basque parents.
pescadito i heard because of the way he eludes defenders - he's "slippery"
for chamagol, su tio era el chamaco valdes
camoranesi because he looks indigenous, or he is.
What's up with "La Mona" Olvera?
principito guardado que le gustan las galletas?
por ke le gusta el pitoo
bumping this thread cause I wonder how many more yall know
chucho benitez and ramirez, for that matter. there are lots of "chuchos" hmmm
brody jorge campos
Chema - jose maria
Chucho - I'll let someone else explain that one
Brody - slang term from Acapulco for bro, pal, bud, etc. Campos is from Acapulco.
doesnt chucho mean someone thats really good at something? like es bien chucho para las matematicas
Chucho = Jesus/perro
Perro for us salvies.
Creo que es referencia a "Le Petit Prince" de Antoine de Saint-Exupéry:
Dario Veron- hechicero
My understanding is that el perro bermudez starting calling him that because his last name is Veron, so to follow in la brujita veron's footsteps, he called him hechicero
Always wondered where the "toshiro" came from for Israel Lopez