Douglas Francis McDougall was a Scottish professional footballer renowned for his role as a striker for Clydebank, St Mirren, and Aberdeen during the 1970s and 1980s.
Hailing from the Cadder district of Glasgow, McDougall initially displayed potential as a boxer during his teenage years. His entry into professional football materialized when Hearts manager Bobby Seith scouted him in a local amateur match and subsequently signed him on a schoolboy contract with the Edinburgh club.
Frank McDougall’s cause of death
Frank McDougall age
Frank McDougall, born on February 28, 1958, in Glasgow, Scotland, passed away at the age of 65.
Frank McDougall wife
Frank McDougall was wed to a Brazilian woman, whose name remains undisclosed. He spent some time residing in England with his Brazilian spouse before relocating to Brazil. However, he eventually returned to England. During his tenure operating a pub in Bury, Lancashire, he also played a season with Clitheroe FC.
Frank McDougall children
Information regarding Frank McDougall’s children is not available or publicly known.
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