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FC Dallas Loanees & Affiliates Report: David Rodgriguez makes second Liga MX start

Despite his teams struggles, David Rodriguez continues to impress in Liga MX.

Atletico San Luis v Pachuca - Torneo Guard1anes 2021 Liga MX Photo by Leopoldo Smith/Getty Images

Welcome back for another Loanees & Affiliates Report. Only one player saw action this week, and only one affiliate is currently active. Looks like we’ll be a little light this week.


Atletico San Luis v Pachuca - Torneo Guard1anes 2021 Liga MX Photo by Leopoldo Smith/Getty Images

David Rodriguez (Atletico San Luis - Liga MX): David was the only loanee to see any action this weekend, as his club traveled to Pachuca for the final match of the Liga MX Clausura.

Rodriguez got his second Liga MX start, and played the full 90 minutes. He played rather well but his teams defense is a hot mess, and the club fell 5-1 to Pachuca.

This was the final match of the Liga MX Clausura, and Atletico San Luis finishes 17th place in the standings, having lost their last seven matches.

His loan to Atletico San Luis expires on June 30 and while it appears he has done more than enough for ASL to buy him, but nobody knows for sure if that will happen. Several things could derail the club from buying him, one is the fact that the club owes 120 million pesos (Almost $6 million) to Liga MX, the other is the rumor that an American based group is looking to buy the club. Finally, the manager and his coaching staff have been fired. We’ll keep you posted.

Brandon Servania (SKN St. Pölten - Austrian Bundesliga): No match scheduled.

It’s interesting to point out that SKN St. Polten appears to be nearing a deal for a partnership with German Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg.

Justin Che (Bayern Munich II - 3. Liga): Bayern Munich II had no matches scheduled for this week, so he spent the entire week training with the Bayern Munich first team.

Bryan Reynolds (AS Roma - Serie A): Bryan was an unused sub, in a 2-0 loss at Sampdoria.


FC Dallas Puerto Rico & FC Dallas Guaynabo - The FCD Guaynabo U18s will travel next week to Las Vegas for the 2021 Mayor’s Cup. They finally learned who they are scheduled to face in the tournament:

FC Dallas MX - FC Dallas MX played Real San Cosme at home in a match closed to the public. FCD-MX would go on to win at home by a score of 3-2.

The win, combined with other results, sees FCD-MX move up to 2nd place on the Group 12 Clausura Table. FCD-MX also climbs up the overall Liga TDP Clausura Table to 23rd place. Group 12 first place Saltillo FC, remains the top ranked team in Liga TDP, and will host FCD-MX next weekend. FCD-MX remains the only club to hand Saltillo FC a defeat this season, and was a minute away from earning a draw in their second match, only for a PK to be awarded to Saltillo FC in the final minute of added time.