Garabet Avedissian

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Garabet Avedissian
Personal information
Full name Carlos Garabet Avedissian
Date of birth (1959-06-07) 7 June 1959 (age 63)
Place of birth Montevideo, Uruguay
International career
Uruguay
Managerial career
Years Team
1998 Limón F.C.
2000–2001 FAS
2002 Atlético Balboa
2009 Deportivo Xinabajul
2010–2011 Cobán Imperial
2012 Deportivo Mictlán
2014 Costa Rica Women (under 20)
2015–2016 Puerto Rico
2017 Sonsonate

Carlos Garabet Avedissian (born 7 June 1959) is a Uruguayan football manager.

Coaching career[edit]

FAS[edit]

In November 2000, Avedissian signed with FAS of the top flight Primera División for the Apertura 2000, replacing Roberto Abrussezze. He left the club in April 2001, being replaced by Rubén Guevara.

Atlético Balboa[edit]

Avedissian signed with Atlético Balboa for the Apertura 2003.

Sonsonate[edit]

In May 2017, he signed as new coach of Sonsonate for the Apertura 2017, replacing Eraldo Correia. In August 2017, he left the club after a 0–1 defeat against Pasaquina and was replaced by Rubén Alonso.

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