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Carlos Alberto Mijangos
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Full name Carlos Alberto Mijangos Castro
Date of birth January 1, 1952 (1952-01-01) (age 58)
Place of birth    Guatemala City, Guatemala
Playing position midfielder
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1972

1979
1979-1982
Juventud Retalteca
Platense
C.D. Chalatenango
CSD Municipal



(21)
   
National team2
Guatemala 5 (?)[1]
Teams managed
1998
2004
2005
2006
2010–
Aurora F.C.
Tipografía Nacional
C.D. Chalatenango
Deportivo San Pedro
Atletico Balboa

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 25 February 2010.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 25 February 2010.
* Appearances (Goals)

Carlos Alberto Mijangos Castro ("Marcelo Comanche") is a Guatemalan football coach and former midfielder who played his career at CSD Municipal.

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Club career

Mijangos played for locals sides Juventud Retalteca, Club Xelajú MC, Deportivo Zacapa, C.S.D. Comunicaciones, C.S.D. Municipal and Cobán Imperial. He also played in the 1970s in El Salvador for Platense and C.D. Chalatenango and won promotion with the latter to the Salvadoran top division in 1979. In Honduras he played for Motagua and in the USA for Tulsa.

In 1982 he almost lost a leg due to infection.[2]

Managerial career

After retiring he went into management and managed Aurora F.C., Escuintla, Xelajú, Juventud Retalteca, Sacachispas, Coatepeque, Ayutla, C.D. Jalapa, Chimaltenango, San Marcos, Universidad, Deportivo Malacateco and Rosario. In 2004 he was in charge of Tipografía Nacional in Guatemala's third division.[3] He then returned in 2005 to El Salvador to coach Chalatenenago where he was dismissed in September 2005[4] and later became in charge of Guatemala second division side Deportivo San Pedro.[5] In December 2009 joined Atletico Balboa[6].

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