Edwin Miranda is a well-known footballer in the United States. He is a native of Salvador, a city inside Brazil. He was born on 28th of January 1981 in Zacatecoluca but was raised in Los Angeles California. He is a good defender and plays number five in football games. Miranda once played for Cal State Northbridge as the defender of the team, and he was named the Big West Conference Defender of the Year.
Edwin Miranda played for many teams in the United States. He played for Portland Timbers for two seasons in the year 2004. Later he left the team and joined Puerto Rico Islanders. Before joining Timbers, he was a player at Dallas Football club but left the side because he could not make his way to the first eleven team squad. He later left Puerto Rico in 2009 because he did not come into an agreement with the management in terms of salary; so he moved to Miami. He signed a one year contract with Miami, and by the end of the deal Miranda had played 25 games
In 2010, Edwin Miranda moved to Hollywood United Hitmen FC where he played sixteen games and helped the team reach Premier Development League in 2010. After the end of the league, Edwin left the company and retired back to Islanders Fc where he played four regular seasons. Edwin helped the team win the USSF D-2 Pro League Campaign.
Later in 2011, Edwin Miranda was signed at Los Angeles Blues and played 18 games for the team where he scored one goal. He then left the team after the conclusion of the season and joined Los Angeles Misioneros in 2012. Miranda plays an essential role in his national team El Salvador, and he started playing for the team in 2008.
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