|Full name Clifford Rayes Miranda|
1996–2000 Tata FA
Weight 72 kg
Height 1.72 m
|Playing position |
Name Clifford Miranda
Career start 2000
|Date of birth (1982-07-11) 11 July 1982 (age 33)|
Current teams Dempo S.C. (#15 / Midfielder), Atletico de Kolkata (#15), India national football team (Midfielder)
Similar People Denzil Franco, Jewel Raja, Syed Rahim Nabi, Lenny Rodrigues, Gouramangi Singh
Place of birth Margao, Goa, India
Clifford miranda 1 on 1 with anglian football
Clifford Rayes Miranda (born 11 July 1982 in Margao in Goa) is an Indian footballer who currently plays as a Left Winger for Mumbai in the I-League and formerly for India at international level.
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Goals by Clifford Miranda
After starting his career with the Salcete FC, a team renowned in South Goa for being a nursery of young players. He moved to the prestigious Tata Football Academy in Jamshedpur where he honed his football skills for four years.
Clifford was the only TFA graduate from his batch to sign a professional contract when he signed for Dempo, a second division club in 2000. He helped Dempo lift the National League title five times and the Indian Federation Cup in 2004. He was also part of the team that played the 2008 AFC Cup semi-finals.
In July 2015 Miranda was drafted to play for Atlético de Kolkata in the 2015 Indian Super League.
Miranda made his debut against the archrivals Pakistan in 2004, he has been an integral part of the national outfit. During the Bob Houghton era, Clifford became a regular member of his team due to his ability to dribble and deliver deadly crosses from the left side of the field.
Silverware too have never eluded the winger on the national scene. He was a part of the Nehru Cup winning squads of 2007 and 2009 and helped Baichung Bhutia, the then captain of the Indian team lift the 2008 AFC Challenge Cup. He was also a member of the India team that participated in the 2011 Asia Cup in Qatar.