Former Bradford City Defender, Finn Cousin-Dawson has joined Yeovil Town after leaving the West Yorkshire side this summer.

Cousin-Dawson has represented the Bantams since 2019 with Loan spells into the National League system with, amongst others Blyth Spartans in recent seasons.

Listed as a right sided central defender, the versatile 21-year old can also play at right back and as part of a back three… helpful to have options! 

Speaking to the club’s official YouTube channel, he said: “It is obviously a really big club and as soon as I heard there was an interest in coming here, I could not wait to get here.

“I could not have picked anywhere further away from Bradford but for me it was completely a football decision. It was the project of the football club itself that was something I could not really turn down.

The identity of the club was a big draw, they have obviously been in higher leagues in previous seasons, and the way the manager has the team playing suits me, those were a massive factors in coming here.

Watching how Yeovil played last year, that was how they won the (National League South) title, so it suits me and hopefully I can fit right in to the team. I’m really excited, it is always good to put yourself in a new environment and meet new people.

Welcome to Somerset, Finn! 

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Weston Glover
1 month ago

Great signing for squad depth, stats show he loves a pass, the exact sort of thing MC wants defenders to be able to do.

To me the willingness to make the move across the country says he’s serious about full time football, this one could be coup in the long run.