He is a left full back. Miranda signed for Street Mirren in August 2007, on loan from Argentine club Computer-assisted instruction. He had returned to Argentina from Sweden, where he was with Helsingborg. Miranda has also played for River Plate during his career.
In the 2007/08 close season, he had been training with Scottish Premier League team Street Mirren and a one year loan deal was eventually agreed with them.
On 10 August 2007 Street Mirren received international clearance to finalise the deal to bring Miranda to the club On 2 September 2007, Miranda scored the only goal for Street Mirren in a match against Celtic but scored an own goal as the club was defeated 5–1 heavily.
The next game could have been more worse for Miranda when he was sent off for second bookable offense in a 2–0 loss against Dundee United. But after a fine season with the Buddies, his loan spell was extended by a further season in June 2008.
Miranda would score twice against Hamilton and Rangers respectively.
Miranda"s last Street Mirren game was a 3–2 defeat against Dundee United at Tannadice in January 2009. Shortly after this game Miranda suffered a knee injury which ended his season and he then left the Buddies in July 2009 to return to Argentina, where he signed for newly promoted Chacarita Juniors. Durng his time at Street.Mirren, Miranda remains a popular figure at the club and became a regular player, playing in the left back position.
At Chacarita Juniors, Miranda just made 6 appearance and at the end of the 2009/10 season he moved on to Argentine Second Division club Independiente Rivadavia, however it appears that he suffered a setback in passing a medical.
Franco agreed to return to Street Mirren on 28 August 2012, and flew to Scotland to conclude the deal However on 10 September 2012, it was confirmed that Street Mirren had pulled out of the deal and that they would be giving youth a chance by signing Graeme MacGregor and not signing Franco Miranda.