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Ricardo Francisco Rojas

Ricardo Francisco Rojas Trujillo is a Chilean football (soccer) player who recently played for Colo-Colo in the [[Liga Chilena de Futbol: Primera Division]].

Rojas began his professional career in his native country, playing for Club de Deportes La Serena from 1990 to 1993. After his stint at La Serena, he signed with Union Espanola. The following year Rojas made his debut for the Chilean national team, participating in a game between Chile and Argentina. After his time at Union, Rojas was transferred to Universidad de Chile during the 1997 season.

Ricardo's continued success at both club and national team levels brought attention to him from foreign teams. At the end of the 2000 season he was signed by the Mexican club Club America. Excluding a six-month loan in 2004 to Universidad Catolica de Chile, Rojas has been a staple of the Club America defense for seven years. During his stay in Mexico, Rojas won two championships with his club, in the Verano 2002 season and most recently after the Clausura 2005 tournament. Rojas played more than 200 games with Club America during his time there.

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