* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of July 2007.
† Appearances (Goals).
Carlos Desiderio Peucelle (September 13, 1908 – April 1, 1990) was an Argentinefootball player that played inside right/wing and is considered one of Argentina's most technical players in their history as well as being the catalyst for starting "La Maquina" with River Plate who went on to dominate football in South America in the 1940s.
Peucelle established the first soccer school in Colombia.
Peucele is credited as being on of the creators of "La Máquina" (The Machine), the all conquering River Plate team of the 1940s. In fact he wrote a book entitled "Futbol Todotiempo e Historia de La Máquina" (Football the times and history of "La Máquina")
Peucelle gained the nickname "El Primer Millonario" because of his big money transfer from Sportivo Buenos Aires.