David Ferrere

David FerrereSigned by Eric Black in February 2002 to bolster the sides attacking options, David Ferrere was a useful addition to the squad as he could comfortably play in a midfield role or as a striker. He had been on trial at Black’s former club Metz but when when he learned of his availability he signed an 18 month contract with the Steelmen.

Standing at only 5′ 5″ his debut came against Hibernian at Fir Park on the 9th February 2002, Ferrere would write his name into the club’s folklore as he came on as a second half substitute and would net a hat trick, scoring three almost identical goals as the side recorded a 4-0 win over the Edinburgh outfit.

He proved to be skilful, hardworking player who could hit the ball with such venom. Despite his debut making him an instant cult hero he was unable to score any more goals in his next nine appearances. As the club went into administration in April 2002 he as one of the unlucky 19 players that were made redundant. David spent the rest of his career playing in the French lower leagues.

David Ferrere
5′ 5″
Date of Birth:
30th March 1974
Place of Birth:
Saint-Denis de la Reunion

Football Career:

AS Beauvais 1990 1999
Louhans-Cuiseaux 1999 2002
Motherwell 2002
L’Entente SSG 2003 2005
FC Dieppe 2005 2006
SS Excelsior 2006
FC Avirons 2006 2007

Well Career:

Apps Goals
7 (3) 3
Scottish Cup:
0 0
League Cup:
0 0
0 0
7 (3) 3