Association football player
|From||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
30 August 1993
Danny King-Bisungu (born 30 August 1993 in Kinshasa) is a Congolese football player.
King-Bisungu joined Derby County’s youth set up in 2009 and played his first match for the Under 18’s in the 2010-11 season, making 23 appearances and scoring 15 goal including friendly matches; he averaged a total of 38 goals in 45 games. He also made his debut for the reserves on February 2011 as substitute in a friendly match against Leicester City. On 10 June 2011 King-Bisungu signed for Mansfield Town after the club getting in contact with his agent requesting a striker. He played his first match for the club in a friendly match against Newcastle Town and went on to make several more appearances but most regularly with the first team and reserves in Conference National league.
In early June 2012, he joined Notts County on Trial basis at first after playing against them for Mansfield Town and impressing then manager Keith Curle until September 2012. He made his club debut on 21 July in a pre-season match against Ilkeston in which they won 2-1.
King-Bisungu was called up for Democratic Republic of Congo u19 squad but later pulled out due to injury.
On 19 November 2013, he joined Scottish Junior League team Vale of Clyde. He made his league debut and scored. After waiting three weeks for international clearance Daniel went on to sign for Goole AFC in the Evo-stik Northern Premier League.
After Leaving Evo-Stik Northern Premier Side Goole making 6 appearances scored 10 goals.
King-Bisungu went on to play in Germany for Fortuna Koln but returned a month later after problems with the club. In February 2015 King-Bisungu went out to Slovenia to NK Celje of the Slovenian Premier League and it was understood that he penned a 3 and half year deal with the club.
Daniel is nephew to former footballer Zola Kiniambi