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Scott Davies (footballer, born 1987)

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On 30 June 2015, Davies signed for newly relegated National League membership Tranmere Rovers on a one-year contract.[12] After three years on this league, Davies and Tranmere had been promoted to the EFL after a 2–1 win towards Boreham Wood in 2018. Tranmere performed 89 minutes with 10 males, after Liam Ridehalgh was dismissed for a harmful sort out.[13] After their first 12 months again within the soccer league, Tranmere secured a spot at Wembley within the Playoff last after beating rivals Forest Green Rovers 2–1 on mixture[14] Davies gained again to again promotions with Tranmere after beating Welsh facet Newport County 1–0 in harm time[15]

In June 2010 Davies signed for newly promoted Conference staff Fleetwood Town.[11] He was born and raised and lives close to to Fleetwood, and went to highschool in Fleetwood. He made his debut in a 1–1 draw towards Crawley Town when Danny Hurst dislocated his shoulder within the second minute. He changed Hurst and performed within the 4–1 win over Kettering Town. Hurst left Fleetwood on the finish of 2010–11 season and Davies changed him as Fleetwood’s primary selection goalkeeper.

On 11 July 2007 Ronnie Jepson confirmed that the younger goalkeeper was on trial at Gillingham with a view to a everlasting deal,[8] however after Jepson signed goalkeeper Derek Stillie for Gillingham, Davies returned to Christie Park and signed a brand new one-year contract with the Football League newcomers.[9] On 1 March 2008, Davies made his Football League debut within the 4–0 defeat to Grimsby Town.[10] On 3 June 2010 he left Morecambe to hunt common first staff soccer.

On 20 May 2007 Davies was picked within the beginning line up forward of Neal for the 2007 Conference National play-off Final at Wembley Stadium towards Exeter City. The recreation didn’t begin properly for Davies and Morecambe although when Lee Phillips scored within the eighth minute, however when the sport progressed each Davies and Morecambe improved their efficiency, with Davies exhibiting some good shot stopping expertise and Morecambe scoring first Garry Thompson within the forty second minute and Danny Carlton who scored a late purpose within the 82nd minute. Davies got here below strain within the closing phases of the match, however saved his cool and didn’t let the ball into the net. The last rating was Exeter City 1–2 Morecambe, with Morecambe incomes promotion to the Football League for the primary time within the membership’s 87-year historical past.[7]

On 7 May 2007, throughout Morecambe’s Conference National play-off semi-final second leg match at dwelling to York City, fellow Morecambe goalkeeper Steven Drench fouled York City’s Clayton Donaldson within the nineteenth minute and conceded a penalty kick, Drench additionally suffered a serious harm throughout this collision and Davies was pressured to come back to face the penalty, which Steve Bowey transformed, leaving Morecambe 1–0 down on mixture, however two targets from Wayne Curtis put Morcambe by way of to the ultimate, profitable 2–1 on mixture.[5] Drench was dominated out of the Final, so Sammy McIlroy signed Preston North End goalkeeper Chris Neal on a short-term mortgage to supply cowl and competitors for Davies.[6]

Playing within the place of goalkeeper, he was a product of the membership’s Youth Academy, making the step up in 2005. Davies then had a trial interval at Crewe Alexandra in the course of the summer season of 2006;[3] nonetheless, a deal broke down when a switch price couldn’t be agreed. His debut in a aggressive first-team match for Morecambe got here within the 1–0 Football League Trophy defeat at dwelling to Bradford City on 22 November 2005, approaching within the second half as substitute for Ryan Robinson, who suffered an harm.[4]

Davies was born in Blackpool, Lancashire[2] and attended Cardinal Allen Catholic High School.[citation needed]

Davies started his profession at Morecambe within the Conference Premier. In 2010, he moved to native rival Fleetwood. He hung out on mortgage at Morecambe in his fourth season, earlier than spending half of the season at Fleetwood’s different native rival Accrington Stanley in 2015.

Scott David Davies (born 23 February 1987) is an English skilled footballer who performs as a goalkeeper for League Two membership Tranmere Rovers.

(1987-02-23) 23 February 1987 (age 34)[2]

(1987-02-23) 23 February 1987 (age 34)[2]

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