Date of Birth: 11 Apr 1995
Place of Birth:
|Start Date||End Date||Team|
|Dec 2016||Present||Longford Town|
|Jan 2016||Jul 2016||Longford Town|
|Dec 2015||Jan 2016||O'Devaney Dunard|
|Dec 2014||Dec 2015||Bray Wanderers|
|Aug 2014||Nov 2014||Hereford United|
|Nov 2010||Jun 2014||Fulham FC|
Daniel is a centre back who played underage football with Cherry Orchard before signing for Fulham FC in November 2010 at just 15 years of age. He had a loan spell at non-league side Walton Casuals before leaving Craven Cottage to join Hereford United in August 2014. His stay with Hereford was a short one and on 24 November 2014 Daniel signed for Conference side Bishop's Stortford.
On 23 December 2014 Daniel returned home to sign for Alan Mathews at Bray Wanderers. He was a regular under Matthews and his successor Tarnogrodzki and played in the first 11 league games. However, the constant change of management saw Daniel make only 3 more appearances, although he was constantly on the bench, as Bray finished eighth in the Premier Division.
In December 2015, Daniel followed Dave Scully to O'Devaney Dunard but within weeks he had signed for Longford Town, in time for the start of the 2016 season. He made 8 league appearances for the club before leaving in July 2016. His absence from the Town dressing room was brief, however, and with former boss Alan Mathews now in charge he signed for Longford again ahead of their 2017 First Division campaign.