|Full name:||Daniel Currie|
|Position:||Inside forward/wing half|
|Date of Birth:||1935|
|Place of Birth:||Renton, Scotland|
|Date of Death:||28 July 1992|
|Place of Death:||Brantford, Ontario, Canada|
|1963-1964||Queen of the South|
|1964-1965||Queen of the South|
|1965-1966||Queen of the South|
Joined Scottish League club Clyde in 1953.
Won a Scottish Cup medal with Clyde in 1958 when they defeated Hibernian.
Worked as a shipbuilder in a Dumbarton shipbuilding-yard.
Said to be scouted by Aston Villa in the 1958-1959 season.
Gained four Under 23 caps for Scotland.
Played in 158 Scottish League games and scored 40 goals for Clyde.
Transferred to Queen of the South in August 1963 for £4000. Played in 61 Scottish League games and scored 14 goals for Queen of the South.
Emigrated to Canada.
Joined Southern Ontario Soccer League club Brantford Ex-Imperials in May 1973.
Then became a coach in youth soccer in the Brantford district.
Died at the age of 57 on July 28, 1992 at the Brantford General Hopsital.