Fernando Carvallo

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Fernando Carvallo
Personal information
Full name Rubén Fernando Carvallo Muñoz
Date of birth (1948-09-24)September 24, 1948
Place of birth Santiago, Chile
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
Universidad Católica
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1966–1972 Universidad Católica
1973 Unión Española
1973–1978 Cádiz CF
1978–1983 Unión Española
Teams managed
1990–1991 Universidad Católica
1996–1999 Universidad Católica
2002 Palestino
2003–2004 Unión Española
2005 Palestino
2006 Unión Española
2007–2008 Universidad Católica
2011–2012 Chile U-20
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Fernando Carvallo (born September 24, 1948 in Santiago, Chile) is a former Chilean footballer and currently a football manager.

Manager career[edit]

Carvallo's first coaching experience was 1990 [1] when he coached the first team of Universidad Católica for a short time.In 1996, he was signed again as the coach of the team and wins the 1997 Apertura.He lefts the club in 1999 and retires from coaching,but in 2002 is signed as coach of Palestino.Later,he coaches Unión Española and loses the final of 2004 Apertura with Cobreloa.Returns to Palestino in 2005 and again to Unión Española in 2006.In 2007,he replaces José del Solar in the UC,but after an irregular campaign with the team, he quits off his job and is replaced by Mario Lepe.

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

Universidad Católica
Unión Española

Manager[edit]

Universidad Católica

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