|Born||Oct 5, 1949|
|Age||74 years old|
Daniel David was born in Paris, and made his professional debut with Paris-Joinville in the Second Division in 1970. An able striker, he spent most of his time playing on the left wing. He stayed with Paris-Joinville for two seasons, before signing for Stade Rennais in 1972. With the Red and Blacks, he would experience life in the First Division for two seasons, and was regularly put in competition with Ricardo Cherini on the left side of the Rennes attack. In the games where both players were picked to start, he would be moved to the right side of the Rennes attack. He was often in the starting line-up in his first season in Brittany, but his game-time diminished in his second season with Rennes, and made just 10 appearances. He eventually left Rennes to join Dunkerque in 1974, where he would have two complete seasons in the Second Division. In 1976, he signed for Entente Bagneux-Fontainebleau-Nemours, freshly promoted to the second tier, and he would end his playing career with his last club in 1978.