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Carlos Zavaleta
Carlos Zavaleta is a former professional soccer player who signed to play 2nd division soccer at age 14 and, after the playing for the U-20 National Team , signed to be a starting defender in First Division in the professional rankings of El Salvador at age 16 where he shined as the eventual starting sweeper and captain for that club from ages 16 through 18. He was selected to play for the National Team at age 18.

After moving to Los Angeles in 1973, he played for top-ranking UCLA where he was an All-Star player and captained his team to the regional playoffs for 3 straight years.

He played professional ball in the American Soccer League for several years in Los Angeles after leaving UCLA. He captained the California Sunshine to the National Championship game and earned an All-Star status in the league. Carlos also played with the Phoenix Inferno of the Major Indoor Soccer League.

His coaching experience extends for a period of over 30 years. He has coached High School in AZ and IN. He has been the head coach for Brebeuf Jesuit boys soccer program for 9 years.

He acquired his USSF National Coaching B License in 1980 and has been a very successful youth coach in AZ and IN, serving as coach for the AZ Olympic Development Program.

Some of his players have achieved professional status with NASL, USL, MLS, Men's US National Team and Men's National Futsal Team. 

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