|Full name||David McDougall|
|Place of birth||Irvine, Scotland|
|Playing position||Wing half, Winger|
|1901-1902||Vale of Atholl|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
David "Davy" McDougall was a Scottish football player who played his club football for Partick Thistle & Glasgow Rangers in Scotland, Bristol City in England, Distillery & Glentoran in Ireland and Cardiff City & Newport County in Wales. In 1910 he joined Cardiff City as a player-manager, becoming the club's first manager in their history. He later went on to fulfil the same role at Newport County.
Davy McDougall played locally for Irvine Meadow. He joined Partick Thistle playing 18 games in the Scottish League Division Two championship winning side of 1899-00. He was also with Glasgow Rangers without apparently making a first team appearance. In summer 1900 he joined Southern League Bristol City from Partick Thistle making his debut at outside left in a 0-2 defeat at Luton Town on 15 September 1900. He made 11 appearances scoring 2 goals playing on both right and left wings in season 1900-01 when Bristol City were runners up in the Southern League. He also played on both wings in 12 Western League games scoring 2 goals. He rejoined Glasgow Rangers in the summer of 1901 making 4 appearances in their Scottish League Division One championship winning side of 1901-02.
- with Partick Thistle
Scottish League Division Two champions 1899-1900
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