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Jay Rodriguez signs new two-year deal with Burnley

Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez has signed a new two-year deal with the Premier League club.Rodriguez, 32, whose previous contract was set to expire in June, has scored two goals in 29 league appearances for the Clarets this season.Burnley tweeted: “Jay Rodriguez has signed a new two-year contract at Turf Moor. The Burnley-born striker has now committed his future with the Clarets until the end of the 2023/24 season.”Rodriguez, in his third season back at Turf Moor after returning to his hometown club from West Brom in the summer of 2019, signed an 18-month contract extension in November 2020.He has been...
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Crystal Valley Foods Opens New Packing Plant in the Dominican Republic; Jay Rodriguez Discusses

MIAMI, FL - With sights set on the advancement of its portfolio, Crystal Valley Foods has brought a new state-of-the-art packing house to La Vega, Dominican Republic, in partnership with Island Farms. The Island Farms packing plant will begin packing bulk and retail packs of specialty peppers and tropicals and will continue to expand to include other locally sourced fresh fruits and vegetables from the burgeoning region.
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Burnley-born Jay Rodriguez insists relegation battle is personal

For Jay Rodriguez the battle to keep Burnley in the Premier League is more than just his job.The relegation scrap is personal for the 32-year-old local lad, who came through the ranks at Burnley with a debut in 2007 before spells at West Brom and Southampton.Rodriguez returned to Turf Moor in 2019 and is now on a mission to keep his boyhood club in the top flight.“If I can help keep Burnley in the Premier League, that’s the best thing for me,” he said.“It doesn’t just affect me, it’s my family, friends and people that I know. Every lad in...
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Burnley 1-1 Man Utd: Jay Rodriguez goal dents United's top-four hopes

Manchester United tumbled out of the Premier League's top four as Jay Rodriguez's first goal in 50 league games earned bottom club Burnley a precious point at Turf Moor. For the second game running, United dominated the play and had most of the chances, with Paul Pogba putting them ahead with his first goal of the season.
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Manchester United held by Burnley as Jay Rodriguez ends goal drought

Manchester United dropped out of the top four as Jay Rodriguez’s 100th career league goal – and first in 50 games – earned relegation-battling Burnley a well-deserved 1-1 draw at Turf Moor.United dominated the first half as Paul Pogba making his first Premier League start since his red card in the 5-0 capitulation to Liverpool in October, showed flashes of his brilliant best and fired the visitors in front with 18 minutes gone.It was one of three times United had the ball in the Burnley net in the first half, with the other two ruled out, but momentum shifted...
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Burnley 1-1 Man United: Jay Rodriguez goal snatches a point from Red Devils

Jay Rodriguez caught Manchester United sleeping with an early second-half equaliser to earn Burnley a hard fought point at Turf Moor. Paul Pogba put the visitors ahead in a first-half that they absolutely dominated. However, a well-taken goal from Rodriguez was just rewards for a Burnley team that rallied well in the second 45 minutes.
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Jay Rodriguez looks forward to seeing a class act on home turf

Jay Rodriguez believes Harry Kane is the best striker in the country at the moment as Burnley prepare to host Tottenham in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday. The Burnley forward has had limited opportunities this season, and has yet to score a Premier League goal with his last two appearances coming off the bench.
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Jay Rodriguez relishing facing ‘best striker in the country’ Harry Kane

Jay Rodriguez believes Harry Kane is the best striker in the country at the moment as Burnley prepare to host Tottenham in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.The Burnley forward has had limited opportunities this season, and has yet to score a Premier League goal with his last two appearances coming off the bench.Kane has eight goals for Tottenham already this season, and earned the praise of his countryman.“I feel he is (the best in the country),” said Rodriguez, who was once linked with the England squad.“I feel like he’s got everything as a striker. As a character, as a person...
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