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Carlos Alberto Juarez

Carlos Alberto Juarez is a former Argentine/Ecuadorian football player.

Juarez started his career playing for Argentine first division side Club Atletico Lanus, were he was quickly recognized as a promising talent for the future. In 1994 he was loaned to Uruguayan side Montevideo Wanderers where he had a fairly good season, and the next year he went back to Argentina to play for Lanus, and in 8 games he scored twice which got the attention of Mexican team Santos Laguna. He was signed by the Torreon side the same year. He did not have a good season playing for Santos and he was relegated to their reserve squad.

During his spell at Montevideo Wanderers former Emelec manager, Angel Castelnoble saw that Juarez had great talent and took advantage of his complicated situation in Mexico signing him for Emelec in 1996. On his debut match against Espoli, Emelec won 4-0, Juarez scored twice and made the other two assists for his teammate and good friend Ariel Graziani, giving a preview of things to come. Emelec fans immediately fell in love with the forward who is know, 12 years later, Emelec's all time top goal scorer with over 130 goals.

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