As a football player, hemade his debut at the age of 18 at Velez Sarsfield on July 23, 1967, against Boca Juniors.
In 1984 he started as a head coach at Stade de Reims for four seasons.
In 1993 he returnedhome to lead the club back to its roots, Velez Sarsfield. He won three local leagues and international experiences catapulted American Libertadores Cup, American Cup and oneIntercontinental Cup.
In 1996, he had his emotional farewell at Velez Sarsfield Stadium Jose Amalfitani filled by 50,000 people. He left for AS Roma in Serie A where he was dismissed after failingto have a good season.
He is considered one of the greatest idols in the centennial history of Vélez Sarsfield, her accomplishments as a fan, player and coach of the institution.
In1998 took over the coaching of Boca Juniors making several tournaments, winning three league titles, two Copa Libertadores and an Intercontinental Cup.
He left the club in 2001 butreturned in the 2003-2004 season. During this period he won a League, Libertadores Cup and Intercontinental Cup.
In January of 2009, Carlos returned to Boca Juniors in the office ofManager and with the resignation of Alfio Basile, the 22nd of January in 2010, he was offered the office as a DT. But this proposal was rejected by Bianchi. At the same time, rumors emergedthat he might leave his post as Boca Juniors, because of personal problems and because of the negative results in matches.
Finally, Bianchi decided to resign on January 25, 2010.