Kaizer Chiefs striker Jasond Gonzalez has explained his unique Spanish name following his debut for the club last weekend.
Gonzalez came on as a second half substitute to replace Mduduzi Mdantsane as Chiefs where held to a 1-1 draw by Mamelodi Sundowns.
And this was the first of the two legs the two sides will play in the MTN8 – and after the match, Gonzalez was interviewed by SuperSport TV.
He was asked about his real name Efmamjjasond – and he explained that his parents took the initial letters of every month in Spanish.
According to Gonzalez, his parents said they had read in a newspaper there was only one other ‘Efmamjjasond’ in the world – the name of a school in the Dominican Republic.
And that’s every first letter from January and December in Spanish – and below it’s the breakdown of Gonzalez.
KAIZER CHIEFS STRIKER GONZALEZ’S UNIQUE NAME EXPLAINED – BREAKDOWN
E (Enero = January)
F (Febrero = February)
M (Marzo = March)
A (Abril = April)
M (Mayo = May)
J (Junio =June)
J (Julio = July)
A (Agosto = August)
S (Setiembre = September)
0 (Octubre = October)
N (Noviembre = November)
D (Diciembre = December)