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|Full name||Carlos Sánchez Aguiar|
|Date of birth||28 November 1957|
|Place of birth||Madrid, Spain|
|1994–1995||Atlético Madrid (assistant)|
|1995||Atlético Madrid (interim)|
|1999||Atlético Madrid (interim)|
|2000–2001||Universidad Las Palmas|
Born in Madrid, Aguiar started working as Gonzalo Hurtado's assistant at CD Toledo before moving to Atlético Madrid in 1994. He was named interim manager of the main squad in the following year, replacing fired Alfio Basile.
On 14 June 1997 Aguiar was appointed at the helm of the reserves in Segunda División. On 15 February 1999 he replaced Arrigo Sacchi in the first team, being also knocked out of the season's UEFA Cup shortly after.
On 1 December 2004 Aguiar was appointed manager of UD Las Palmas. He left the club in the end of the season, but returned to the Canarians in the 2006 summer; he was relieved from his duties on 1 October.
In 2018 he signed for Israeli club Hapoel Be'er-Sheva as a youth team coach, A part of Atletico's partnership with Be'er-Sheva. On November 8th 2018 he became the youth team manager.
- Aguiar dirigirá el Atlético de Madrid B (Aguiar will manage Atlético Madrid B); El País, 14 June 1997 (in Spanish)
- Aguiar dirigirá al Atlético de Madrid hasta la llegada de un nuevo entrenador (Aguiar will manage Atlético de Madrid until the arrival of a new manager); El Mundo, 15 February 1999 (in Spanish)
- Sánchez Aguiar, en el Universidad Las Palmas (Sánchez Aguiar, in Universidad Las Palmas); El País, 2 December 2000 (in Spanish)
- En el debú de Carlos Aguiar, el Leganés no sólo ganó, sino que jugó bien ante el Levante (In Carlos Aguiar's debut, Leganés not only won, but played well against Levante) Archived April 2, 2015, at the Wayback Machine; El Día, 19 November 2001 (in Spanish)
- Carlos Sánchez Aguiar, destituido como técnico (Carlos Sánchez Aguiar, sacked as manager); Diario AS, 12 November 2002 (in Spanish)
- Aguiar: "Es un marrón coger ahora a Las Palmas" (Aguiar: "Is a drag to take over Las Palmas now"); Diario AS, 2 December 2004 (in Spanish)
- Aguiar, destituido como técnico de Las Palmas (Aguiar, sacked as Las Palmas manager); Marca, 1 October 2006 (in Spanish)
- Carlos Sánchez Aguiar, nuevo entrenador del Atlético B (Carlos Sánchez Aguiar, new manager of Atlético B); Atlético Madrid's official website, 27 November 2014 (in Spanish)
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