Miguel de Souza (born 11 February 1970) is an English footballer. Began his career as a youth player with West Ham Utd as a 14 year old, where he remained for a year before signing schoolboy forms with Brighton and Hove Albion. He wasn't offered a scholarship and consequently left football for a couple of years before joining Clapton FC. He progressed through the ranks at The Old Spotted Dog Ground before moving to Charlton Athletic in the first division signing professional forms for one year. He played as a right back and right midfielder. Failing to secure a first team place he joined Bristol City, where he remained on a month to month contract for several months before signing for Conference side Yeovil Town. After 18 months he returned to london and joined Dagenham & Redbridge, where

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  • Miguel de Souza (born 11 February 1970) is an English footballer. Began his career as a youth player with West Ham Utd as a 14 year old, where he remained for a year before signing schoolboy forms with Brighton and Hove Albion. He wasn't offered a scholarship and consequently left football for a couple of years before joining Clapton FC. He progressed through the ranks at The Old Spotted Dog Ground before moving to Charlton Athletic in the first division signing professional forms for one year. He played as a right back and right midfielder. Failing to secure a first team place he joined Bristol City, where he remained on a month to month contract for several months before signing for Conference side Yeovil Town. After 18 months he returned to london and joined Dagenham & Redbridge, where Reserve team manager Ted Hardy converted him to a Striker. A year season later Miguel broke into the first team scoring 15 goals before being signed by Barry Fry to then Championship side Birmingham City. He played as a right sided midfield player, occasionally playing as a striker in the first team. He had successful spells at both Wycombe Wanderers and Peterborough United, before joining two other Conference outfits Rushden & Diamonds and Boston United. Appointed player/coach of St Albans City in May 2004. Joined Leyton Orient's youth set up in 2009 initially coaching the under 16's for four years and then taking on the role of Academy Head of Recruitment. He now works at Charlton Athletic as the Academy Recruitment Manager. (en)
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  • Miguel de Souza (born 11 February 1970) is an English footballer. Began his career as a youth player with West Ham Utd as a 14 year old, where he remained for a year before signing schoolboy forms with Brighton and Hove Albion. He wasn't offered a scholarship and consequently left football for a couple of years before joining Clapton FC. He progressed through the ranks at The Old Spotted Dog Ground before moving to Charlton Athletic in the first division signing professional forms for one year. He played as a right back and right midfielder. Failing to secure a first team place he joined Bristol City, where he remained on a month to month contract for several months before signing for Conference side Yeovil Town. After 18 months he returned to london and joined Dagenham & Redbridge, where (en)
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