| Quito, Ecuador|
| Paul Fernando Carrera Velastegui|
(1945-01-11) January 11, 1945 (age 70)
Polo Carrera Wikipedia
Paúl Fernando Carrera Velasteguí, known better as Polo Carrera (born January 11, 1945 in Quito), is an Ecuadorian retired football player and former manager. He has played for clubs in Ecuador and Uruguay, as well as the Ecuadorian football team
Carrera started his career at LDU Quito at the age of 15 in 1960, where he stayed until transferred to Peñarol of Uruguay in 1968.
He then transferred to cross-town team River Plate de Montevideo in 1970. He then returned to Ecuador to play for several clubs until his retirement in 1984.
He was the all-time top goalscorer in the Copa Libertadores tournament for LDU Quito with 12 goals, until surpassed by Patricio Urrutia.
Since retiring from football, Carrera started his coaching career in 1990 with LDU Quito as a manager at senior level. He was the senior team coach from 1990–1991, where he guided the club to their improbable 4th Serie A title in 1990, after a 15-year title drought. He later coached the Ecuador national team in 1998 with little success.
Starting in 2000 he held various elected positions in government.
In August 2009 he was named as manager at Sociedad Deportiva Aucas.
PeñarolPrimera División: 1968
El NacionalSerie A: 1972
LDU QuitoSerie A: 1975
LDU QuitoSerie A: 1990
ESPOLISerie B: 1993