|Full name||Douglas Francis McDougall|
|Date of birth||21 February 1958|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Heart of Midlothian|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Douglas Francis "Frank" McDougall (born 21 February 1958) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a striker for Clydebank, St. Mirren and Aberdeen in the 1970s and 1980s. After living in England for a few years with his Brazillian wife, they decided to start a new life over in Brazil where Frank opened his own Scottish themed pub. Although McDougall lives in Brazil, he visits his family in the UK often.
McDougall was brought up in the Cadder district of Glasgow and in his teens, showed promise as a boxer. His first involvement in professional football came after Hearts manager Bobby Seith saw him in a local amateur game and signed him on a schoolboy form for the Edinburgh club.
McDougall's progress at Hearts was interrupted after an incident on a bus left him hospitalised for six months while his damaged eyesight was repaired. He later dropped to Junior level with Duntocher Hibs and Glasgow Perthshire, and despite an unsuccessful trial with Partick Thistle, signed for Clydebank in 1978.
After scoring 28 goals in the 1978–79 season for Clydebank, he was bought by St. Mirren for £150,000, which was a record transfer between two Scottish clubs at the time.
At Aberdeen, McDougall was troubled by a persistent back injury, diagnosed as traumatic spondylitis, and played his last game for Aberdeen in August 1986 against Hibernian. Six months later, as his condition did not improve, he was forced to retire on medical advice around the time of his 29th birthday.
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