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Gerardo Torrado Díez de Bonilla (born 30 April 1979) is a retired Mexican footballer who played as a midfielder. He is known as "El Borrego" ("The Sheep") for his bushy hair. His style of playing is commonly known to be rough in the field but with good recovery of the ball and effective passing abilities. Torrado retired on 30 October 2017 ending a 20-year career span. He spent the majority of his club career with Cruz Azul, whom he captained to CONCACAF Champions League success in 2014.

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  • Gerardo Torrado Díez de Bonilla (born 30 April 1979) is a retired Mexican footballer who played as a midfielder. He is known as "El Borrego" ("The Sheep") for his bushy hair. His style of playing is commonly known to be rough in the field but with good recovery of the ball and effective passing abilities. Torrado retired on 30 October 2017 ending a 20-year career span. He spent the majority of his club career with Cruz Azul, whom he captained to CONCACAF Champions League success in 2014.
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  • Gerardo Torrado Díez de Bonilla (born 30 April 1979) is a retired Mexican footballer who played as a midfielder. He is known as "El Borrego" ("The Sheep") for his bushy hair. His style of playing is commonly known to be rough in the field but with good recovery of the ball and effective passing abilities. Torrado retired on 30 October 2017 ending a 20-year career span. He was capped for the Mexico national football team 146 times, making him the joint-second highest appearance maker for El Tri after Claudio Suárez. He represented the nation at the 2002, 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups and has won three CONCACAF Gold Cup tournaments. He spent the majority of his club career with Cruz Azul, whom he captained to CONCACAF Champions League success in 2014.
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