Juan Quarterone

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Juan Quarterone
Personal information
Full name Juan Quarterone Carbone
Date of birth (1935-05-28) May 28, 1935 (age 79)
Place of birth Argentina
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1951–1955 Racing Club
1956 Quilmes
1957 Huracán
1958-59 Platense (Argentina)
1960 San Luis Quillota
1961–1962 Recreativo de Córdoba
1963–1964 Loma Negra
1965 CSD Municipal
1966–1968 Juventud Olímpica
1969–1970 UES
1971 UCA
Teams managed
1973 Juventud Olímpica
1974–1975 Platense (El Salvador)
1976–1978 Atlético Marte
1980 Aurora FC
1983-84 C.D. FAS
1984 El Salvador
1985–1986 Alianza
1987 Olimpia
1988 Luis Ángel Firpo
1992 Águila
1993–1994 Cojutepeque
1995 Clima
1996–1997 Atlético Marte
1999–2000 ADET
2003 Alianza
2004 Atlético Balboa
2005–2006 San Salvador F.C.
2007 Independiente Nacional
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Juan Quarterone Carbone (born 28 May 1935) is a former Argentine football midfielder.

Nickname El Brujo (The Wizard) he played in Argentina and El Salvador. After retiring as a player he coached a number of teams in El Salvador and the El Salvador national team.

Achievements[edit]

Year Finish Team Tournament Role Notes
1951 Champion Racing Club 1st Division Argentina Player
1965 Champion CSD Municipal 1st Division Guatemala Player
1973 Champion Juventud Olímpica Metalio 1st Division El Salvador Coach
1974-75 Champion Platense Municipal Zacatecoluca 1st Division El Salvador Coach
1974-75 Champion Platense Municipal Zacatecoluca Torneo Fraternidad/UNCAF Club Championship Coach
1983 Champion FAS 1st Division El Salvador Coach
1986 Champion Alianza F.C. 1st Division El Salvador Coach
1987 Champions Club Deportivo Olimpia 1st Division Honduras Coach
2000 2nd Place ADET 1st Division El Salvador Coach

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