Edwin Miranda Biography

Edwin Miranda is a retired Salvadoran footballer. He was born in Zacatecoluca on January 28th in the year 1981. He was brought up in Los Angeles, California. Miranda played for Cal State Northridge College as a defender and was branded the Big West Conference Defender of the year.

He is a professional footballer and has played form many teams. Edwin Miranda in 2oo4 was drafted in the MLS SuperDraft by Dallas in the sixth round as number 54 overall. He was unable to play find his way in the first team squad in Dallas so he decided to take a transfer Portland Timbers in 2004. After playing for two seasons with Portland Timbers he took a transfer to Puerto Rico Islanders.

In 2009 he left islanders as he did not come to an agreement with the salary they were to pay him, so he joined Miami Fc for a one year contract. He played 25 games for Miami and later released when the season ended. He joined Hollywood United Hitmen in 2010 and played 16 games. He helped the team reach the 2010 Premier Development League playoffs. After the PDL season was over, Edwin Miranda left Hollywood and returned back to Islanders and played four regular seasons. He played an important role in helping the team winning the USSF D-2 Pro League Campaign.

In 2011, Edwin Miranda joined Los Angeles Blues and scored one goal for the team in 18 games. Following the conclusion of the season, the team released Miranda and he signed a contract with Los Angeles Misioneros and played the USL Premier Development League that was in the year 2012.

Miranda has also served as an important player in his national team El Salvador national football team. He started playing for his team in 2008 and received his first cup on 2009 in UNCAF cup which they played against Belize.