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|Full name||Carlos Alberto Poblete|
|Date of birth||October 13, 1963|
|Place of birth||Santiago, Chile|
|1981-1986||Universidad de Chile||9|
|1987-1988||Ángeles de Puebla||33||(20)|
|1992-1993||Cruz Azul||35 8||(14)|
|1997-1998||Unión de Curtidores||?||(12)|
|2000||Ángeles de Puebla|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He began his career with the Chilean club Universidad de Chile in 1980 where he played until 1986 when he transferred to the Mexican club Puebla FC. During his first year he scored 8 goals in 35 games, which did not convince the coach or the owners, so he was sent out on loan to crosstown rival Ángeles de Puebla. While playing there he scored 20 goals, which got the attention of Puebla FC's coach, so he was transferred back. In the 1988-89 tournament he scored 23 goals. In 1989-90 he increased his goal scoring further, scoring 22, including 2 in the 1989 final against Leones Negros.
After the 1992 tournament, with the club in hiatus after losing the 1992 final, he was transferred to Cruz Azul where he managed to score 14 goals. In the 1993 tournament he was sent to Veracruz where he spend 2 years scoring 15 goals in 64 games. In 1995 he returned to Puebla FC where he scored his last 7 with the club. He finished with 83, placing himself third all time in the club's records. At the end of the tournament he left for his native Chile where he played with Club Deportivo O'Higgins for the 1996 tournament. In 1997 he again returned to Mexico to play with Unión de Curtidores where he retired.
|Campeón de Campeones||Puebla||México||1989–1990|
|CONCACAF Champions League||Puebla||México||1991|
- Carlos Moreno. "Puebla FC Hall of Fame players" (in Spanish). Retrieved January 5, 2010.