* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
David James Hagen (May 5 1973 - July 24 2020) was a Scottish professional footballer.
Hagen began his career with Rangers, where he played 20 competitive games, before moving to Hearts.
He then moved to hometown team Falkirk, where he stayed for five years, making over 100 appearances for the Bairns including the 1997 Scottish Cup final. He then joined Livingston, where he won the Scottish First Division title. He joined Clyde in 2001, and scored the fastest goal of the 2001-02 season, scoring after only 16 seconds against Raith Rovers.
Hagen joined Peterhead in 2004. This was to be his last senior club, before he joined junior side Bo'ness United in 2006, where he played for a year before retiring.
In July 2018, it was reported that Hagen was suffering from motor neuron disease.. He died of the illness on 24 July,
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