Derby County defender Curtis Davies has praised the quality of Liverpool midfielder James Milner whom he played with at Aston Villa many years ago. Curtis Davies talked about veteran midfielder James Milner during an interview with Stadium Astro. According to him, James Milner is a ‘machine’ and the ultimate professional. Curtis Davies said the Liverpool player is ‘as strong as anything’ and that the veteran utility player can ‘run like the wind’. James Milner is a player who can effectively play in a lot of positions.
During his career, he has played as a left-back, as a right-back, as a winger, as a striker and as a midfielder. Curtis Davies is full of admiration for James Milner who’s still unstoppable at the age of 35. According to him, James Milner is still very strong at his age and that he has not been overawed by the pace of today’s game. Read More
Derby County defender Curtis Davies was part of the team that crashed to Middlesbroughon Wednesday night. At the Riverside, Middlesbrough welcomed Derby County who are at the bottom of the English Championship table. The game turned out to be very easy for Boro as they thrashed Curtis Davies and his Derby County 3-0 at home as manager Neil Warnock continues to work well in his job as the Boro boss.
Britt Assombalonga scored the only goal of the first half to give the hosts the lead at the interval. Boro didn’t add to that tally until 71 minutes when Michael Clarke put through his own net. Substitute Marvin Johnson wrapped up the easy win over the Rams with the third and final goal of match seven minutes before full-time. The Boro game with Derby County was one of the matches ofmatchday 13 in the English Championship.
Curtis Davies the Derby County defender has taken on the dual responsibility of mentoring the younger players of the club along with safeguarding its fortunes on the field. The 35-year-old, Davies who is on the verge of retirement has claimed he is now relishing his new role where he is expected to show his younger teammates the way forward.
With the experience of around 550 club games, Davies is excitedly passing on his wisdom to younger players in the ranks. Realizing that he is closing in on retirement age, the veteran player said he is more than happy to take youngsters under his wing. Speaking to the official TV channel of the club, he said with time borrowed for his professional life, the best he can do now is share his vast experience with others to make them better players for the club.
Claims have been made by the defender for Derby County, Curtis Davies that Aston Villa is now on a different level compared to West Bromwich Albion. He has had short spells with Both Aston Villa and Bromwich when he has just started off his career as a footballer. He discussed the transfer that made him join Aston Villa based on loan initially. The Baggies career for Davies came to an end suddenly unceremoniously when he decided to resign as the captain and handed in his request for transfer.
It was the month of August in the year 2007 that Curtis Davies finally completed his move. He suggested that it was unimaginable for him to think about how big Aston Villa as a club was. It was a huge event when he moved to West Bromwich Albion from Luton. After that he took the biggest step in his life, to move from West Bromwich to Aston Villa. For him, West Bromwich is a well-run club for football while Aston Villa is altogether a different level. He said it is difficult to understand how big Aston Villa unless and until a footballer visits a stadium, becomes a part of the club, and thousands and thousands of fans sing for him.
According to Curtis Davies, Wayne has surpassed the expectation of Derby despite recently joining the team. Rooney is not as popular or fanfare driving as Zlatan Ibrahimovic but any help he renders the team no matter how can make the difference between getting relegated and not.
The former England international signed
an 18-month deal with Frank Lampard’s former team. This
will give him enough time to make the impact he was brought to make no matter
how little it might be.
No one man gets chased by just one person. The moment someone thinks you are attractive there is a high chance that t lot of people do. The moment they think you are not, there’s even a higher chance you are not. Not having anyone stop you on the road or a=give you a complement will clear that doubt.
Newcastle United are tracking Czech Republic international Alex Kral and that means a whole host of other clubs most certainly be in on it.
Frank Lampard tenure as Chelsea coach has been steady rather than spectacular as the Blues continue their preparation for the new season. The former Derby County manager has been backed by his former player Curtis Davies to succeed at the club.
Curtis Davies revealed in an interview that Lampard has all the tools to succeed at the London club following his impressive debut season at Derby County. Lampard was able to take Derby County to within 90 minutes of Premier League Promotion.
The news that Brighton had sacked Chris Hughton after the last game of the season came as a surprise to many. Hughton job never seemed to be under threat despite the poor second half of the season and several of his former players have come out to express their support for the Englishman.
One of such players is Derby County defender Curtis Davies who posted a message on Twitter expressing his disappointment in the decision. Davies played under Hughton at Birmingham in 2011 and became one of the leaders in the team.
Curtis Davies has finally laid into Mateusz Klich for just kicking off the contention during the win of Leeds by 2-1 against the club of Bolton on the last match when he literally poured water back of Joe Williams.
A foul by the Ezgjan Alioski in the very 2nd
half resulted led to coming together between both of the teams and confronting each other, but it was exacerbated by the actions of Klich as Davies thereafter claimed that he was actually “nowhere to be visible” after that incident took place.
Steven Davis, the former midfielder from Aston Villa is closing on a return to Rangers according to reports. The captain of Northern Ireland has just made 6 appearances in this season for Southampton and the clubs of Premier League are agreeing to grant him a switch in the transfer window of January. He is talking to Rangers in regards to the return to Ibrox and is reportedly pretty excited to sign the 18 month’s deal with the side of Steven Gerrard.
Davis started with his professional career by playing with Aston Villa after he joined the club as a young player in the year 2002.