Hernán Carrasco Vivanco
|Full name||Hernán Carrasco Vivanco|
|Date of birth||29 March 1928|
|Place of birth||Arauco, Chile|
|1984||Universidad de Chile|
|1992–1993||Luis Ángel Firpo|
Hernán Carrasco Vivanco (born 29 March 1928) is a former Chilean football (soccer) manager, who created a legacy in El Salvador by winning five Primera División titles with Alianza F.C. in 1966, 1967, 1989 and CONCACAF Champions' Cup in 1967 - Atlético Marte 1969, 1970 and Águila in 1968 and in 1987 he won a Primera Division National Championship and also coached the El Salvador national team at 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico.
However it was an unhappy campaign losing all three games and he resigned afterwards. He made an important contribution to the development of one of the best teams in Chilean history: Universidad de Chile "Blue Ballet". He was for many years president of the Chilean coaches and was one of the founders of the Salvadoran Coaches Association.
He has his own football school called the Academia Futuro de Hernán Carrasco Vivanco.
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