21 Facts About Barry Douglas


Barry James Douglas was born on 4 September 1989 and is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Ekstraklasa club Lech Poznan.


Barry Douglas signed for Konyaspor in Turkey in 2016, after which he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2017.


Barry Douglas was born in Glasgow and raised in the city's Pollok district.


Barry Douglas played for Livingston's youth teams, but was released at the age of sixteen because he was considered "too small".


Barry Douglas then spent a year out of football before joining Queen's Park, becoming part of their first team squad in 2008.


Barry Douglas made his senior debut in August 2008 in a Scottish Second Division match against Stranraer, and went on to become a first team regular for Queen's Park, playing for the amateur club part-time while working as a refrigeration engineer and serving an apprenticeship in the trade.


Barry Douglas's performances saw him linked with a number of professional clubs, despite Queen's Park being relegated to the Third Division in 2009.


Barry Douglas finished the season as Queen's Park's top scorer.


Barry Douglas spent three seasons at Tannadice; the player signed by United to replace him in the position, Andrew Robertson, moved from Queen's Park, leading to disputes between the clubs as Dundee United had used the amateur status of Queen's Park and Douglas to avoid paying a transfer fee, and attempted to do the same with Robertson.


On 28 May 2013, Barry Douglas signed a two-year deal with Polish club Lech Poznan.


Barry Douglas scored from another freekick for Poznan in the UEFA Champions League qualification phase against FK Sarajevo on 22 July 2015.


Barry Douglas made 75 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring 5 goals.


Barry Douglas signed for Turkish Super Lig team Konyaspor in January 2016.


Barry Douglas played his first league match against Galatasaray on 6 February 2016.


Barry Douglas was nominated for the EFL Championship Player of The Month award for November 2017.


Barry Douglas was given the number 3 shirt for the season.


Barry Douglas started the season as Leeds' first choice left back, but after a series of injuries, he found himself out of the side behind Gjanni Alioski.


On 2 July 2021, Barry Douglas returned to Poland, signing a 2-year contract with Lech Poznan.


Barry Douglas was selected for the Scotland national team in March 2018.


Barry Douglas plays either as a left back or a left wing-back.


Barry Douglas is known for his free-kick and set piece ability.