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Import : Alan Davidson (Australia)

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Import : Alan Davidson (Australia)

Post  Soul_Eight on Wed Nov 25, 2009 12:18 am

Alan Edward Davidson (born in Melbourne, Victoria) was an Australian football (soccer) player.

He was a defender and won 79 international caps (54 in official FIFA matches) between 1980 and 1991 with the Socceroos, the Australian national football team, scoring 2 goals in those appearances.

Davidson began his domestic senior football career in 1976 and 1977, playing for Altona City SC which had been his junior club. The following year, he transferred to South Melbourne, where he played until the end of the 1984 season, making 155 appearances and scoring 13 goals. His first Australian representative honours were in 1978-79 during the Under 19 World Youth Cup, qulifiers in New Zealand and Paraguay and made 10 youth appearances.

He moved to England for the 1984-85 season for Nottingham Forest F.C. and a promising start where he broke into the first team as a right-back was curtailed by illness after suffering an epileptic fit during a reserve game one freezing night. He didn't play for the first team again and returned to the southern hemisphere after a serious back injury had sidelined him for over a year. He resumed playing in Australia in 1987 for Melbourne Croatia, making 133 appearances and scoring 10 goals from 1987 to the end of the 1991-92 season.

Near the end of his playing career, he guested for South Melbourne FC for two seasons, (1994-95 and 1995-96),while with the Malaysian club, Pahang FA in between (1992-96). His penultimate season (1996-97) he guested with the Collingwood Warriors, and his last season (1997-98) was back with the [Melbourne Knights]. He finally retired in 1998 at the age of 38 after 3 World Cup campaigns and 1 Olympic Games he received an AMP awarded to him by the Sultan of Pahang in 1996 and was inducted to the Football Federation Australia Hall of Champions in 2001.


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Post  Soul_Eight on Wed Nov 25, 2009 12:39 am

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Post  Soul_Eight on Wed Nov 25, 2009 12:47 am

Davidson Denies Link With Carlton

The Age

Friday July 26, 1996

Laurie Schwab

Alan Davidson yesterday denied press reports that he would coach Carlton in the national soccer league but said he would be available to a Melbourne club as a guest player for four months from November.

Davidson, 37, widely regarded as Australia's greatest soccer player, said he had had various offers to join clubs in Singapore after he finishes his fifth season with Pahang of Malaysia.

One of the offers is to combine playing with coaching and his income would be at least $10,000 a month, plus accommodation and a car.

About the Carlton reports, he said: ``It's nice to have your name floating around back home, but I haven't been speaking with Carlton and, although it would be great to be involved there eventually, there's no substance in the reports."

Carlton will enter the national league for the 1997-98 season but Davidson intends to be still playing in Singapore then.

Australian striker Ivan Kelic also plays in Singapore but remains tied to South Melbourne, which will reclaim him for the next season, which starts in September.

Davidson said he would be pleased to serve another guest stint with South Melbourne from November, as he did in each of the past two seasons.

He will return to Melbourne on 7 August for a holiday while the Malaysian league has a brief recess.

Fellow Australian David Mitchell, sacked recently by Selangor, has joined Marconi.
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Re: Import : Alan Davidson (Australia)

Post  apens7 on Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:29 am

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