Tom Davies Biography
Tom Davies was born on 30th June 1998, he is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Everton and the England national under-21 team. He is an academy graduate of Everton and made his first-team debut in April 2016 at the age of 17.
Tom Davies Everton
Davies is an academy graduate of Everton, having joined the club at the age of 11 from Tranmere Rovers. He became a first-year scholar ahead of the 2014–15 season and was promoted to the under-21s at the end of that campaign. Davies continued to play regularly for the under-21s the following season and signed his first professional contract on 30 September 2015.
His impressive form was rewarded when he was handed his Premier League debut by manager Roberto Martínez on 16 April 2016, coming on as an 83rd-minute substitute for Darron Gibson in a 1–1 draw with Southampton at Goodison Park. On the final day of the Premier League season, following the dismissal of Martínez, Davies was handed his first start for Everton by interim manager David Unsworth in a 3–0 win over Norwich City. His performance over the course of the 90 minutes earned him the man of the match award.
Davies signed a new five-year contract with Everton at the start of the following season. Having previously featured from the substitutes’ bench, he made his first start of the campaign on 2 January 2017 and registered his first assist for the club in a 3–0 win over Southampton.
He scored his first Everton goal 13 days later in a 4–0 league victory over Manchester City in a performance that saw him named man of the match. Having impressed in his first full season with Everton, Davies was awarded an improved five-year contract on 3 April 2017.
On 9 April, he scored the joint-fastest goal of the Premier League season when he netted after just 30 seconds in a 4–2 win over reigning champions Leicester City. At the club’s End of Season awards, Davies was named Everton’s Young Player of the Year and also won the Goal of the Season and Performance of the Season honours for his role in the victory over Manchester City.
The following season, during the early stages of the campaign under manager Ronald Koeman, Everton lost six of their opening twelve matches during which Davies was predominantly used as an option from the bench and struggled to find form. He returned to form following the appointment of Sam Allardyce and in February 2018 was named by the CIES Football Observatory as the world’s seventh-most promising footballer under the age of 20. Later that month he made his 50th Premier League appearance for Everton in a 1–0 defeat to Watford.
Tom Davies Fifa 17
His overall rating in FIFA 17 is 68 with a potential of 83. Davies has got a 3-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are Medium / Medium. Davies’s height is 180 cm and his weight is estimated at 70 kg according to our database. Currently, Tom Davies is playing with number 26. His best stats are: Stamina: 77, Balance: 75, Sprint Speed: 75, Short Pass: 74, Ball Control: 73.
Tom Davies Age
Full name: Thomas Davies
Date of birth: 30 June 1998 (age 19 as of 2018)
Place of birth: Liverpool, England
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
How Tall Is Tom Davis
He is 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) tall
Tom Davies England
Davies has represented England up to under-21 level. On 7 October 2015, he was invited by England manager Roy Hodgson to train with the senior squad following his progression with the under-17 side. Just seven days later, he was named captain of the England under-17 team for the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile. The FA agreed Everton’s request to rest Davies so that he would not feature at the European Under-19 Championship for the England U-19 in summer 2017.
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Tom Davies Salary
He is paid £6,000 every week.
Tom Davies Fifa 18
His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 74 with a potential of 84. Davies has got a 3-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are High / Medium. Davies’s height is 185 cm and his weight is estimated at 70 kg according to our database. Currently, Tom Davies is playing with number 26. His best stats are: Stamina: 83, Aggression: 81, Short Pass: 79, Ball Control: 77, Agility: 77.
Tom Davies News
Young Everton star Tom Davies has big season ahead of him – once this one ends!
30 May 2018 – ECHO
Tom Davies will be looking forward to a well earned summer break – eventually – before he heads into his third full campaign as a member of the Everton first team squad next season.
Davies is currently part of a young England squad competing in the Toulon tournament, alongside clubmates Jonjoe Kenny, Callum Connolly and Kieran Dowell.
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All three played in last night’s goalless draw with Mexico, with Davies an unused substitute, and should England go all the way in the tournament their season would finally come to a close on June 9.
After featuring 43 times for the Toffees this season, Davies will be craving some rest while some of his teammates jet off to Russia for the World Cup.
He knows he has a big year ahead of him when the new season kicks off in August.
The boyhood-blue first caught the eye of Evertonians at the end of the 2015-16 season after being given a short cameo from the bench against Southampton by the outgoing Roberto Martinez.
He made his first start for the club against Norwich on the final day of the season at Goodison Park with David Unsworth and Joe Royle in charge of the first team.
The following season he went on to make 25 appearances in Ronald Koeman’s side, breaking in to the starting XI at the start of 2017.
He scored his first Everton goal with an iconic, cheeky chip over Claudio Bravo in a famous 4-0 win over Manchester City at Goodison Park, topping off a fantastic individual and team performance.
This thrust Davies into the national limelight with pundits purring over his technical ability. Speaking on BBC Match of the Day after that win, former England captain Alan Shearer said: “He made superstars in that Man City midfield look very, very average. For 18 years old, he was just superb.” A new five-year deal was his reward for a very promising breakthrough campaign.
This season has been a mixed one. Inconsistent playing time hampered his ability to pick up any momentum.
Davies was predominantly used as a substitute by Ronald Koeman before his sacking. He then worked his way back into the starting XI under Sam Allardyce. Despite inconsistent form and only managing two goals, Davies was was named by the CIES Football Observatory as the world’s seventh-most promising footballer under the age of 20 in February.
When on top form, Davies’ technical ability is one to sit back and admire,
You can see exactly why he is so lauded. He glides around the midfield effortlessly, his calmness on the ball under pressure is one of a player way beyond his tender age of 19.
He displays an array of passing akin to that of the dominant midfielders produced in Spain over the past decade and his tenacious and energetic qualities off the ball show Davies to be a perfect midfield lynchpin in the modern game.