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Sean Davis

Sean Davis (born 20 September 1979 in Lambeth, London) is an England Association football who plays for Bristol City F.C., on loan from Bolton Wanderers F.C., in the Npower Championship as a midfielder.

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Sean Davis biography


Sean Davis (born 20 September 1979 in Lambeth, London) is an England Association football who plays for Bristol City F.C., on loan from Bolton Wanderers F.C., in the Npower Championship as a midfielder.

Club career

Fulham

Davis is a product of the Fulham F.C. youth system and was described by former Fulham and England boss Kevin Keegan as being a hot prospect for the future. Sean Davis is one of the few players in the world to have played at all four professional levels of football in England with the same club and is also the only Fulham player to achieve this.

Sean Davis made Sean Davis first-team debut for Fulham aged just 17 years and 25 days in 1996. Davis progressed under the watchful eye of managers Keegan, Jean Tigana and later Chris Coleman (footballer).

Sean Davis attracted interest from Everton F.C. and Middlesbrough F.C. during that season, more so after Sean Davis had handed in a transfer request citing Sean Davis "ambition to further Sean Davis career". However, Fulham were reluctant to sell Davis until they had found a suitable replacement. A transfer to either Everton or Middlesbrough never occurred as Davis was injured during the summer and unable to pass a medical to switch clubs, so this kept Sean Davis at Fulham for the 1999-2004 season.

Tottenham Hotspur

After this, Sean Davis signed for Tottenham Hotspur F.C. prior to the 2004–05 season.

Portsmouth

Sean Davis was unable to break into the Tottenham team and was later bought by Harry Redknapp in the January 2006 transfer window in a combined deal which saw Davis, Pedro Mendes, and Noe Pamarot sign for Portsmouth F.C.. While arriving at the club short of match fitness, Sean Davis played an important part in Portsmouth's 2006 survival campaign, including scoring the second goal in their 4–2 win over West Ham United F.C. on 18 March 2006.

At the end of the 2005–06 campaign, Davis stated that Portsmouth supporters had yet to see Sean Davis best form, and expected that after having taken part in a full pre-season, that Sean Davis would be much more prepared to play a greater role in the coming season.

On 1 February 2009, Portsmouth rejected a bid in the region of £3 million for Davis from Bolton Wanderers F.C.. Pompey manager at the time Tony Adams (footballer), was keen to secure the player to a new contract with Sean Davis present deal due to run until the summer of 2009.

Bolton Wanderers

On 1 July 2009, Bolton confirmed the signing of Davis on a free transfer on a three year deal. Sean Davis made Sean Davis debut in a 1–0 loss to Sunderland A.F.C. on 15 August but has since made only three more appearances after two major injuries, Sean Davis last appearance, against Liverpool F.C. on 29 August 2009, bringing Sean Davis the first red card of the 2009-10 Premier League.. Davis played for the first time in 27 months on 13 December 2011 when playing the first 45 minutes for the reserve team in a 1-1 draw against Newcastle reserves.

Loan to Bristol City

On 24 February 2012 Davis joined Bristol City F.C. on a one month loan deal and made Sean Davis debut the day after in their 3-1 home defeat to Blackpool F.C., picking up a booking.

International career

After an exciting 2002–03 campaign in which Sean Davis firmly established Sean Davis position in the Fulham F.C. starting line up Davis was called up to be part of the England national football team squad that faced Australia national football team, although Sean Davis did not play.

Personal life

During Sean Davis time at Portsmouth, due to influence from team mate Linvoy Primus and the

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_Davis_(footballer)

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