Rodrigo Millar came to Colo Colo in 2007 and with his great game he became one of the team’s benchmarks. He spent five years and managed to lift four national championships, a figure no less.
El Payasito was key in all the tournaments where he became champion, he even wore the captain’s genet on a couple of occasions, and for many he is one of the most underrated players in recent times at the Monumental stadium.
Since he left Colo Colo his career has been good in Mexican soccer, where he visited the colors of Atlas, Monarcas Morelia, where he is the club’s idol, and Mazatlán FC, his last team.
His whereabouts have not been known for a long time but, according to Redgol, El Payasito is in Chile and is debating between giving his last function at the age of 39 or retiring straight from football.
There are two clubs that are interested in having your services. The first is Deportes La Serena, who will also be reinforced with Leo Valencia, while the second is Huachipato, the club that formed it.
However, on the other hand there is the idea of retirement, if no offer can be made. El Payasito has more than 600 games and a hundred goals, as well as scoring in the World Cup in South Africa.