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Silvio Carrario

Silvio Rene Carrario is an Argentine football (soccer) football manager and former player.

Carrario first played for Central Cordoba before moving to Talleres de Cordoba in 1994. A season later he transferred to Racing Club for one season, played a few games for Boca Juniors in 1996, and half season for Union de Santa Fe in 1997. That year he player for Deportivo Espanol, and at the end of the 1997-98 season moved to Chacarita Juniors, where he played until 2002. The following season he played for Venezuelan Deportivo Italchaco.

Carrario returned to Argentina to play for Olimpo in the 2002-03 season. In 2003 he played a few games for Lanus, for Quilmes in 2004, Argentinos Juniors in 2005, and returned to Quilmes in 2006.

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Argentine Primera stats (since 2002)


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