|Full name||Mauro Ezequiel Carabajal-Lopez|
|Date of birth||7 May 1978|
|Place of birth||Rosario, Argentina|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|1998-1999||→ FK Vojvodina (loan)|
|2000-2001||Recreativo de Huelva|
|West Michigan Edge||4||(4)|
|2004||Syracuse Salty Dogs||10||(9)|
|2005-2006||Rochester Raging Rhinos||18||(3)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Born in Rosario, he begin his career by playing in his home-town club CA Rosario Central. In January 1999, he moved, on loan, to the Serbian club FK Vojvodina together with another Argentinian player, Hernán Marcos. Unfortunatelly, the 1998-99 season of the First League of FR Yugoslavia was interrupted by the end of March due to the NATO bombing of FR Yugoslavia. After the players had been told by the club officials that they could begin their hollydays earlier, since that season was not going to be played any longer, and was declared finished with the standings finded in the time of interruption as definitive, some players, and Carabajal among them, refused to leave, as a show of solidarity. That act is highly regarded by the FK Vojvodina club supporters.
After having played one season in the Spanish Second League club Recreativo Huelva, and spent another year in Mexico with Huastecos, Mauro Carabajal continued his career in the United States playing with West Michigan Edge. In 2004, he signed with USL A-League side Syracuse Salty Dogs in their last season before being dissolved. In 2005 he moved to USL First Division club Rochester Raging Rhinos. Since 2007, he has played in another American club, the Deportivo Lempira.
- Profile at BDFA (Base de Datos del Fútbol Argentino)
- Stats for 2005 season in Section132.com
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