Curtis Davies is an English professional footballer who is currently signed on to play for Hull City AFC in the Premier League.
Standing at an imposing height of well over six feet, Davies began his youth career with Wimbledon before it was relocated to Milton Keynes and changed its name to MK Dons. He left the club to join Luton Town’s academy and after graduating from the academy, he played two years at the club
as a professional between 2003 and 2005.
In 2005, West Bromwich Albion paid his transfer fee to bring him to the club as a backup for their first team defenders as they readied themselves for the Premier League but at the end of his first season at the club, they were relegated to the Championship, the second tier of English league football. He stayed on at the club for another season before Aston Villa signed Curtis Davies on loan for the 2007/08 season.
He impressed enough during his loan spell for Villa to make the loan move permanent during the transfer window.
He spent the next two years fighting for a place in the Villa first team, with little success however, and was sent out on loan to Championship club Leicester City during the 2010/11 season. At the end of the season, Villa decided to cash in on the player as they looked to rebuild their side and Curtis Davies was sold to Championship club Birmingham City.
It was at Birmingham that Davies rediscovered his touch under manager Steve Bruce and impressed enough for Bruce to re-sign his former player for his newly promoted Hull City AFC side as they looked to secure the defensive aspect of the side ahead of their first season back in the Premier League after a gap of two years.