David Louhoungou
David Louhoungou
David Louhoungou
● David Louhoungou (GI)

born in France

David Percy Aymeri Louhoungou was born on Tuesday, 28th February, 1989, in Paris.

The 6' 1 (10st 6lbs) defender joined Alan Archibald's Thistle for a trial in July, 2013, having most recently been with Beauvais Oise.

Aged 24, he made his only appearance on Tuesday, 16th July, 2013, in a 0-0 friendly draw away to Livingston.

There were no goals for David in his one-off appearance for Thistle.

At December, 2019, his club-list included Stade Rennais B, Hamilton Academical, Kocaelispor, Boulogne, Cannes, Beauvais Oise, Gateshead, Partick Thistle, JSM Béjaïa, Rezé and Roye-Noyon.

Bio Extra

Paris-born Louhoungou began his career in youth football through INF Clairefontaine, and joined Stade Rennais in 2005. On 5 August 2009, Louhoungou signed for Scottish club Hamilton Academical. Louhoungou made a full international debut for the Congo national football team on 12 August 2009 in a friendly against Morocco. He left Hamilton on 12 December 2009 and signed on 1 February 2010 for Turkish side Kocaelispor. Louhoungou joined US Boulogne on 21 September 2010 and spent the 2011–12 season on loan at AS Cannes before joining AS Beauvais in 2012.

Louhoungou went on trial at Conference National side Gatehsead in July 2013. He played the first half of Gateshead's 2–1 pre-season friendly win over Partick Thistle on 6 July and the second half against Barrow four days later, but was released shortly afterwards, and headed for Glasgow, where he tried for Partick Thistle, appearing in a hotly contested 0-0 friendly draw at Livingston. He subsequently joined JSM Béjaïa in January 2014.

After being released by Béjaïa, Louhoungou spent the 2014–15 season with amateur club Rezé in the French seventh division. On 4 June 2015, it was announced that the midfielder had joined Championnat de France amateur side US Roye-Noyon ahead of the 2015–16 campaign.


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