Pedro Ochoa (born February 22, 1908 - September 5, 1947) was an Argentine football striker. He played for Racing Club.
Ochoa played his entire club career for Racing Club, where he won seven league championships, he retired in 1931 shortly after the professionalisation of Argentine football. He was nicknamed "Ochoíta" and "El rey de la gambeta".
He was admired by Carlos Gardel who sang a tango about him.
Ochoa played for the Argentina national team in the 1928 Olympic games.
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