Daniel Cousin

Daniel Cousin

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Daniel Cousin

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Daniel Michel Cousin (born 2 February 1977) is a Gabonese footballer who plays as a striker. He last played for Larissa and represents Gabon, for whom he is captain. Previously he has played for , Martigues, , Le Mans Union Club 72, RC Lens and Hull City

Club career

In France

Born in Libreville, Estuaire Province, Cousin () moved to France when he was three. He played in the lower leagues in France for Martigues and Niort before moving to Le Mans Union Club 72. He later joined RC Lens in the summer of 2004.


On 9 August 2007, Cousin arrived at Murray Park in Glasgow to hold contract talks over a move and signed a three-year deal for a reported fee of £750,000. He scored his first goal for Rangers on his debut in a 2–0 home league win against St. Mirren on 11 August 2007, and scored twice on his first start a week later against Falkirk.

Cousin played at Ibrox, against Lyon in the UEFA Champions League on the 12 December 2007. Rangers lost the match 3–0 with Cousin playing the first half before getting substituted for Steven Naismith in that game. In November 2007 he was linked with a transfer away from Rangers, and it was reported that he had a...
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