Myers was known as El Maravilloso (The Marvellous) due to his natural talent to play the game, becoming a typical number 10. He made his professional debut for hometown club Limonense but in his country he played mostly with Saprissa, winning three national championships with them, as well as two CONCACAF Champions Cups. During his time with Saprissa, Myers was once suspended for 7 matches after insulting the referee and refusing to leave the pitch.
He had several spells abroad, playing in Uruguay with Peñarol in an injury-hit 1992, Pachuca of Mexico in the mid 90"s, Tolima of Colombia in 1997 and later in Major League Soccer, where he played with the MetroStars and the Los Angeles Galaxy.
He finished his career at Cartaginés, where he was suspended for two matches and handed a fine for pushing a referee when three teammates were fined as well. He also played at the 1993, 1995 and 1999 UNCAF Nations Cups as well as at the 1993 and 1998 CONCACAF Gold Cups and the 1997 Copa América.
He collected his final cap in September 2000 in a World Cup qualifier against Barbados. International goals
Scores and results list Costa Rica"s goal tally first.
Myers became interim coach at Saprissa on 12 November 2009 but was fired in November 2010.
In December 2011 he became assistant at the Costa Rica national under-20 football team