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LAFC’s Brian Rodriguez named to MLS Team of the Week

After scoring the game-winning goal and adding an assist, LAFC attacker Brian Rodriguez was named to the MLS Team of the Week for Week 14 of the 2022 MLS regular season. Rodriguez led the way in LAFC’s wild 3-2 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday at The Banc. After setting up Ryan Hollingshead’s goal to make it 2-0 inside the first 15 minutes, Rodriguez then scored the all-important third goal for the home side a few minutes into the 2nd half, which stood as the winner.
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MLS Team Of The Week | Brian Rodríguez Makes The Team - Week 14

LAFC forward Brian Rodriguez has been named to the MLS Team of the Week for week 14. Rodriguez’s 1g/1a in a 3-2 win over the San Jose Earthquakes continued his return from injury. Here's the rest of the team:. F: Romell Quioto (MTL), Dejan Joveljic (LA), Hany Mukhtar (NSH)
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Chicago's Adorn Bar & Restaurant Adds Chef Brian Rodriguez to Culinary Team

Adorn Bar & Restaurant, Chicago’s first restaurant with James Beard award-winning chef Jonathon Sawyer and located in the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago, today announces the appointment of Chef Brian Rodriguez, who brings his international experience to the team. “We’re thrilled by the energy, experience and enthusiasm Chef Brian brings...

Miner killed in accident identified as Brian Rodriguez

OAKTOWN — The miner killed in an underground mining accident Friday night at Sunrise Coal Mine has been identified as 35-year-old Brian Rodriguez of Oaktown. Rodriguez had worked for the company for more than nine years. Rodriguez graduated from North Knox High School and went on to serve two...

Funeral Services Friday for Brian Rodriguez

Funeral services are set for tomorrow for an Oaktown man killed in a coal mining accident almost a week ago. 35 year-old Brian Rodriguez died in the accident in a Sunrise Coal mine in Knox County. Services will be held at three tomorrow afternoon at the Oaktown Christian Church. Frederick...

Brian Rodriguez, 35, Oaktown

Brian Christopher Rodriguez, 35, of Oaktown, went to his heavenly home on Friday, January 7, 2022. Brian was born in San Antonio, Texas to Anita Medina on October 1, 1986. Brian was a devoted family man who enjoyed Heaps of Jeeps, was an avid softball player, volunteering on the Oaktown Fire Department, and started the Kings of the Midwest Cornhole. Brian was a member of the Indian Prairie Church and served his country in the United States Marine Corps where he served two tours in Iraq. Brian was employed as a coal miner.

LAFC 2021 Player Postmortem: Brian Rodriguez

2021 was a year of growth for Brian Rodriguez. That’s true on a couple of levels. Rodriguez literally got older, albeit still a tender age at just 21, he got his first taste of European football, and he had to overcome the struggles that came with that after returning to a club he didn’t seem to want to come back to.
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Brian Rodriguez knows LAFC’s must-win mantra all too well

When Brian Rodriguez returned to the U.S. in mid-July, the Los Angeles Football Club forward found his club playing its best soccer of the season. Loaned to UD Almeria, a second division team in Spain trying to play its way into La Liga, “El Rayito” had engaged in an intense months-long promotion push that fell flat.

Brian Rodríguez Named To MLS 22 Under 22 Presented By BodyArmor

LAFC forward Brian Rodríguez was named to the 22 Under 22, presented by BodyArmor, the league announced Tuesday. The 21-year-old Uruguayan comes in at 4th on the list. The voting panel was made up by staff, members of the MLS player department and external media. Voters were asked to rank their Top-22 players in order based on technical, tactical, physical and potential abilities.

LAFC’s Brian Rodriguez named to 2021 MLS 22 Under 22

It’s that time of year again, when those at release their list for the top 22 players, under the age of 22. While many would agree that team success, and the ‘results on the pitch’ matter the most, honors such as this are important. They not only bring about some confidence for players, but it acknowledges a player’s efforts, regardless of the team as a whole’s performance.