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|Full Name||Daniel Sousa|
|Date of Birth||c.1985|
|Place of Birth|
|Role||Head Opposition Scout|
|Other clubs|| Académica|
Daniel Sousa was Head Opposition Scout at Chelsea from June 2011 until March 2012. Sousa had followed manager André Villas-Boas to London, having previously worked with him at Académica and FC Porto in Portugal.
Sousa first came to the attention of Villas-Boas while a student at the University of Porto, in the Faculty of Sports. He interviewed Villas-Boas about strategies for attacking football as part of his final-year thesis, and was later recommended to the young manager by Professor of Football José Guilherme, who was Villas-Boas' assistant at Académica.
Having worked under Villas-Boas at Académica and Porto, Sousa followed his mentor to Stamford Bridge in June 2011. Sousa was tasked with fulfilling the role that Villas-Boas himself performed at the club between 2004 and 2007, that of scouting opponents and providing detailed reports for the playing and coaching staff.  Sousa left the club when André Villas-Boas was relieved of his duties in March 2012.