| Carlos Alberto Trullet|
| (1949-10-21) October 21, 1949 (age 66)|
Atletico de Rafaela (manager)
Sportivo Belgrano (Manager, since 2015)
El Trebol, Argentina
Carlos Trullet Wikipedia
Carlos Alberto Trullet (born 21 October 1949 in El Trébol, Santa Fe) is an Argentine football manager and former player.
Trullet started his professional career in 1969 with Estudiantes de La Plata. In his two years with the club, he won two Copa Libertadores (1969, 1970) and one Copa Interamericana (1969).
In 1971, Trullet joined Colón de Santa Fe where he played until 1974. He had a brief spell with Atlético Regina in the Nacional championship of 1974 and then joined Unión de Santa Fe.
In 1978, he joined the Ecuadorian club team Emelec, where he remained until the end of his playing career.
After retiring from active play, Trullet served as the manager of several clubs in Argentina. Trullet managed Unión de Santa Fe over three separate periods (1990–1991, 1995–1997 and 2006–2007). In his second spell with the club, he coached them to a superlative record and helped them attain the successful promotion to the Argentine Primera in 1996.
Trullet has also served as the manager of Gimnasia y Esgima (CdU), Quilmes, Platense and Ben Hur. During his time as Ben Hur manager he helped the club to secure two promotions, from the regional leagues to the Primera B Nacional (second division).
Trullet also won with Atlético de Rafaela the 2010–11 season of the Primera B Nacional, achieving promotion to "Primera Division".