Paulo Sousa

Paulo Sousa

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Paulo Manuel Carvalho de Sousa, <small>CavIH</small> (; born 30 August 1970) is a retired Portuguese footballer who played as a defensive midfielder, and a current manager.

He was a member of the “Portuguese Golden Generation”. Starting his career at Benfica, he also represented Sporting in his country, in a five-year career, and appeared with the national team in one World Cup and two European Championships, gaining more than 50 caps in 11 years.

From there onwards, Sousa namely played in Italy and in Germany, twice winning the UEFA Champions League, with and Borussia Dortmund, his later career being severely hindered by injuries.

In the late 2000s, he took up coaching, managing several clubs in England and Wales.

Club career


Born in Viseu, Sousa started playing professionally for S.L. Benfica, being a starter from an early age, winning the national championship in 1991 and the domestic cup two seasons later.

Later that summer, Sousa signed, together with teammate António Pacheco, for Lisbon neighbours Sporting Clube de Portugal. After a single season where he partnered Luís Figo and......
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