|Full name||Carlos Vicente Squeo|
|Date of birth||June 4, 1948|
|Place of birth||Dock Sud, Argentina|
|1969–1972||Racing Club||305 (total)||(34)|
|1974–1977||Racing Club||(See above)|
|1979–1980||Oro de Jalisco||?||(?)|
|1983||Instituto de Córdoba||33||(1)|
|1984||Racing Club||(See above)|
|1985||Belgrano de Córdoba||6||(1)|
|1986–1987||Alumni de Villa María||?||(?)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 October 2007.
Carlos Vicente Squeo (born June 4, 1948 in Dock Sud, Avellaneda) is a former Argentine football defender. He played for several clubs in Argentina and Mexico and represented the Argentina national football team at the 1974 FIFA World Cup.
Squeo started his career with Racing Club in 1969, he went on to become one of the clubs longest serving players, notching up 305 games and 35 goals for the club in three spells.
Squeo had a short spell with Vélez Sársfield in 1973 before returning to Racing in 1974. Later that year he was called up to play for Argentina in the 1974 World Cup, but he only made 2 appearances in the competition.
Squeo had one last spell in the Primera with Belgrano de Córdoba before spending the last years of his career playing in the lower leagues for Dock Sud and Alumni de Villa María in 1986 under manager Miguel Ángel Brindisi.
Titles as a player
|1978||Boca Juniors||Copa Libertadores|
Squeo has served as Brindisi's field assistant for many years following his retirement as a player. He has worked with Brindisi at a number of clubs including Racing Club, Boca Juniors, Independiente, Club Atlético Huracán, Club Atlético Lanús, Espanyol in Spain and the Guatemala national football team.