| Rancagua, Chile|
| Rodrigo Antonio Perez Albornoz|
(1973-08-19) 19 August 1973 (age 42)
Rodrigo Antonio Pérez Albornoz (born 19 August 1973) is a former Chilean footballer who played as left back. His last professional club was Deportes Iquique.
Rodrigo Pérez Wikipedia
Pérez began his football career at his professional hometown club O'Higgins, making his professional debut aged 19, being promoted to the first adult team by the coach Manuel Pellegrini in the 1993 season, then moving to Santiago Wanderers in 1997, after three successful seasons at Rancagua. He has spent the most time in Chile playing for Cobreloa, where he was capped in 137 matches and scored 15 goals. He also spent time with the Peruvian club Alianza Lima.
He made his debut for the Chilean national squad in 1995.Cobreloa
Torneo Apertura: 2003
Torneo Clausura: 2003, 2004
Torneo Descentralizado: 2006
Primera B: 2010
Copa Chile: 2010