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Chula Vista's Alejandro Guido listed to USL Championship All-League Second Team of 2022

The Chula Vista native wrapped up a standout season for his local San Diego Loyal due to his quality playmaking ability in this historic 2022 campaign for San Diego Loyal.

A brilliant season by San Diego Loyal SC Midfielder Alejandro Guido has earned him a spot in the 2022 USL Championship All-League Second Team.

Guido is a Mater Dei Catholic alumni who went on to become a professional soccer player in the USL Championship, which is the second-division professional league within the U.S. Soccer Federation. 

The Chula Vista native wrapped up a standout season for his local San Diego Loyal due to his quality playmaking ability in this historic campaign for the club.

This season, the 28-year-old played a total of 32 matches this season, 31 as an undisputed starter in Landon Donovan's team in just his second year with his hometown team. 

Guido wrapped up the season with five goals and three assists to his name, while also being efficient with the ball due to his 78% percent passing rating of 1,059 successful touches in total. 

However, the Chula Vista star fulfilled other key parts of the soccer pitch, including dropping back to contribute on the defensive end, completing a total of 30 tackles and 182 successful duels this season. 

The club says that Guido has also become a strong vocal leader in the locker-room, which has played a pivotal role in the team's ability to reach the playoffs for the second consecutive year and clinch the second seed in the Western Conference that gave the Loyal their first ever home playoff game at Torero Stadium.  

U.S. Soccer legend Landon Donovan says that Guido's accomplishments on the field played a crucial role in the team's evolution this season, on and off the pitch alike. 

“Guido was integral to our success and accomplishments this season,” said SD Loyal Team Manager and Executive Vice President of Soccer Operations Landon Donovan. “He has continued to grow as a player, teammate and leader. Guido brings so much on and off the field every week and sets an example. He’s a fantastic player and an even better human being. This is a well-deserved honor for him.”