Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Abdul Thompson Conteh, Agustín Castillo, Alberto Fay, Alberto Villalta, Alcides Eduardo Bandera, Alfredo Ruano, Anibal Oswaldo Parada Najarro, Arturo Albarrán, Carlos Antonio Meléndez, Carlos Calderón (footballer), Carlos Castro Borja, Conrado Miranda, Daniel Uberti, Diego Cuéllar, Efrain Burgos, Elías Montes, Emerson Véliz, Emiliano Pedrozo, Erick Dowson Prado, Ernesto Aparicio, Ernesto Góchez, Fabricio Alfaro, Garrick Gordon, Gilberto Baires, Glauber Da Silva, Gregorio Bundio, Guillermo Castro (footballer), Guillermo Ragazzone, Henry Hernández, James Owusu-Ansah, José Luis Osorio, José Luis Rugamas, José Luis Soto, José María Rivas, José Martínez (footballer), José Quintanilla, Juan Ángel Sosa, Léster Blanco, Luis Antonio Regalado, Luis Ernesto Tapia, Luis Guevara Mora, Luis Ramírez Zapata, Manuel Cañadas, Manuel de Jesús López, Mauricio Ernesto González, Mauricio Manzano, Miguel Ángel Díaz, Nildeson, Norberto Huezo, Odir Jaques, Óscar Jiménez, Óscar Mejía, Ramiro Cepeda, Ramon Alberto Castillo, Ramón Fagoaga, Raúl Esnal, Raúl Magaña, Ricardo Orellana, Ricardo Sepúlveda, Rodinei Martins, Salvador Cabezas, Santiago Cortés (footballer), Sergio Méndez, Víctor Merino, Washington de la Cruz, Wilfredo Iraheta, Wilson Sánchez. Excerpt: José Conrado Miranda Sasso (born October 14, 1928 in El Salvador). is a Salvadoran football player and former coach who created a legacy in El Salvador. He and longtime partner Juan Francisco Barraza helped evolve football in El Salvador. He was known as El Estilista. His first steps as a player are traced to the Pipiles F.C. His debut at the national level was playing for Independiente de San Vicente. Later he moved to CD Alacranes which was renamed C.D. Atlético Marte at his suggestion. In 1954 Conrado Miranda was contracted as a player by Uruguay de Coronado (Costa Rica) for a 1 year contract. Afterwards he returned to Atlético Marte for a three year stint but this time as player/coach that produced three national championships (1955,1956,1957). He was again contracted by a Costa Rica team, Club Sport La Libertad. After this final stint on international soil Conrado Miranda returned to El Salvador where he was contracted by C.D. Águila of San Miguel as both player and coach. The team earned a championship in 1959. In 1960, after suffering a broken leg, he retired as a player. He took the opportunity to coach the El Salvador National team and left his CD Aguila team in 1st place. They won the championship with Carlos Padilla as the coach (1960). Conrado Miranda represented El Salvador as a captain most of the time from 1948 to 1955, during this period El Salvador won the Gold Medal at the VII Central American and Caribbean Games in 1954 in Mexico. As a coach Conrado Miranda has obtained multiple championships at national and international level (3 national championships with Atlético Marte, 3 national championships with CD Aguila, 1 CONCACAF Champions Cup). He has also coached the Salvadoran National team both at major and junior levels with success especially in 1964 when he took the youth National team to 1st place in the NORCECA, a competition played in Guatemala. Conrado Miranda is also the founder of AEFES (Asociación de Entrenadores de Fútbol de El Salvador)
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