Carlos Squeo

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Carlos Squeo
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Personal information
Full name Carlos Vicente Squeo
Date of birth (1948-06-04) 4 June 1948 (age 70)
Place of birth Dock Sud, Argentina
Playing position Defender
Youth career
Racing Club
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1969–1972 Racing Club 305 (total) (34)
1973 Vélez Sársfield 12 (5)
1974–1977 Racing Club (See above)
1977–1979 Boca Juniors 67 (1)
1979–1980 Oro de Jalisco ? (?)
1981–1983 Loma Negra 26 (0)
1983 Instituto de Córdoba 33 (1)
1984 Racing Club (See above)
1985 Belgrano de Córdoba 6 (1)
1985–1986 Dock Sud 56 (8)
1986–1987 Alumni de Villa María ? (?)
National team
?–1974–? Argentina ? (?)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 October 2007

Carlos Vicente Squeo (born 4 June 1948 in Dock Sud, Avellaneda) is a former Argentine football defender. He played for several clubs in Argentina and Mexico and represented the Argentina national football team at the 1974 FIFA World Cup.[1]

Playing career

Squeo started his career with Racing Club in 1969, he went on to become one of the clubs longest serving players, notching up 305 games and 35 goals for the club in three spells.

Squeo had a short spell with Vélez Sársfield in 1973 before returning to Racing in 1974. Later that year he was called up to play for Argentina in the 1974 World Cup, but he only made 2 appearances in the competition.

In 1977 Squeo was sold to Boca Juniors where he was part of the Copa Libertadores 1978 winning squad.

In 1979 Squeo joined (now defunct) Oro de Jalisco in Mexico, he returned to Argentina in 1981 to play for Loma Negra.

Squeo then joined Instituto de Córdoba in 1983 before dropping down a division to try to help Racing Club to regain their status in the Primera División Argentina.

Squeo had one last spell in the Primera with Belgrano de Córdoba before spending the last years of his career playing in the lower leagues for Dock Sud and Alumni de Villa María in 1986 under manager Miguel Ángel Brindisi.

Coaching career

Squeo has served as Brindisi's field assistant for many years following his retirement as a player. He has worked with Brindisi at a number of clubs including Racing Club, Boca Juniors, Independiente, Club Atlético Huracán, Club Atlético Lanús, Espanyol in Spain and the Guatemala national football team.

Honours

Player

Boca Juniors

References

  1. ^ rsssf: Argentina 1974 World Cup squad
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