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Carlos Veglio on the cover of El Gráfico 2689 in 1971
|Full name||Carlos José Veglio|
|Date of birth||August 27, 1946|
|Place of birth||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|1982||Gimnasia de Jujuy||8||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22 October 2007|
Carlos José Veglio (born 27 August 1946, in Buenos Aires) is a former Argentine football striker. He won a number of major titles with San Lorenzo and Boca Juniors and represented the Argentina national football team.
Veglio started his professional career in 1964 in the Argentine 2nd division with Deportivo Español. In 1966, the club won promotion to the Primera División Argentina he played in the Primera during the 1967 season.
In 1968, Veglio won his first title with San Lorenzo in his first year on the team. He helped the club to win the Metropolitano without losing a single game, making them the first unbeaten champions in the professional era of Argentine football.
In 1972 Veglio was part of the San Lorenzo team that won both of the Argentine league titles, this time they completed the Nacional championship without losing a game.
Veglio won his fourth title with San Lorenzo in 1974, the club won the Nacional championship. Veglio is one of only five players to have won four league championships with San Lorenzo, the others being Sergio Villar, Victorio Cocco, Roberto Telch and Agustín Irusta.
In 1976 Veglio joined Boca Juniors where he went on to win 5 titles in his time at the club. Boca won the 1976 Metropolitano and the 1976 Nacional, they won the Copa Libertadores in 1977 and 1978, and the Copa Intercontinental in 1977. In 1979 Veglio was loaned to Universidad in Venezuela but he returned to Boca in 1980.
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