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Juan Ramón Carrasco (born 15 September 1956 in
Sarandi del Yí, Uruguay), is
a Uruguayan football coach and former player, possibly
one of the players that had most appearances, in different rosters,
in Uruguay. 
Carrasco started his career in 1973 playing for Nacional. He played 19 times
for Uruguay in which he
scored three goals.
Carrasco had a spell in Argentina, where he played for River Plate and Racing Club. He also played
professional football in Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Colombia and
Currently, he works as the coach of Uruguayan River Plate in Uruguayan
First Division. As a coach, the best performance he reached was
made in Fénix during 2002 season as the
team qualifyied for Copa
Libertadores 2003 .
Between 2003 and 2004, Carrasco was the manager of Uruguay; his performance
was poor as he resigned on March 2004 after being defeated against
Venezuela 0-3 in Montevideo for the 2006 FIFA
World Cup qualification..