Alberto Rodríguez (Mexican footballer)
|Full name||Alberto Rodríguez Barrera|
|Date of birth||April 1, 1974|
|Place of birth||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|2008–2013||Cruz Azul Hidalgo||71||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Alberto Rodríguez Barrera (born 1 April 1974) is a former Mexican footballer, who played as defender for Cruz Azul Hidalgo. His last game was a 2012 Copa Libertadores match against Paraguayan side Libertad after being called from Cruz Azul Hidalgo along with 2002 World Cup teammate Melvin Brown under petition of Cruz Azul's coach then, Enrique Meza, who also coached him at Pachuca. After not playing at Cruz Azul Hidalgo since then, he was cut from the squad, leading Rodríguez to announce his retirement.
He started his career with the UNAM Pumas, but he moved to the Pachuca Tuzos in 1994. After a short period when he moved to Monterrey, he came back to Pachuca to become the captain of the team and lift 3 National cups, and one CONCACAF Champions Cup.
- 1992–1994: UNAM Pumas
- 1994–1997: C.F. Pachuca
- 1997–1998: CF Monterrey
- 1998–2005: C.F. Pachuca
- 2005–2008: Club Deportivo Cruz Azul
- 2008–2012: Cruz Azul Hidalgo
- Alberto Rodríguez at National-Football-Teams.com
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