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- Former Portuguese football defensive midfielder and the current first-team coach of English side Queens Park Rangers, Sousa is widely regarded as one of the most celebrated Portuguese footballers in the modern game. He could recover the ball from the other team and swiftly, but elegantely, start an attack with a dazling long-range pass. classy, whlie at the same time, effsctive.
started of in Benfica's side, where he played along with Futre, Joao Pinto and Rui Costa, eventually was brought to Juventus, where he enjoyed his best seasons.
He played for the Turin side for two seasons, leading it to the 1995-96 UEFA Champions League. He also won the 1995 domestic league while finishing runner-up in the following, adding the 1995 Italian Cup and Supercup, finishing runner-up in the 1994-95 UEFA Cup.
Sousa then moved to Germany to play in BV Borussia Dortmund, where he repeated the Champions League title the next year, being the only player in history to retain such accolade. The final was incidentally against former side Juventus.
Although he appeared in that game, Sousa's Dortmund spell was plagued with injuries, which followed him the remainder of his career. Sousa retired at not yet 32, after short unassuming stints with Inter Milan, Parma F.C., Panathinaikos FC and RCD Espanyol
on a side note, 65 KS is just for fun, since it's common knowledge amongst portuguese fans that he once had to replace the keeper in a game and he did some fine saves. although he suffered a goal from the penalty resulting from the keepers expulsion, Benfica went on to win 3-2.