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Forward     New England Revolution  MLS


Birthdate:  January 1, 2000    Nationality:  USA    
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June 22, 2015    Charlie Davies News

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Davies scored his second-straight goal in Sunday's 2-1 loss to D.C. United.

Davies now has a team-high seven goals on the season and is tied for third most in the MLS with five other players. He generally splits shot attempts with Juan Agudelo and Lee Nguyen, both of which took more than he did against D.C.

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June 14, 2015

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Davies took three shots and scored his sixth goal of the season during New England's 2-0 win over Chicago on Saturday.

Davies added one cross and three fouls drawn, a bigger performance than what he'd produced in recent games, as he had gone four straight games with fewer than two shot attempts. He's fairly goal-dependent in terms of fantasy value but he's now tied for seventh in the league in goals scored.

April 26, 2015

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Davies took three shots and scored in the 50th minute of the Revolution's 4-0 rout of Real Salt Lake on Saturday.

New England absolutely dominated RSL, with Davies' goal putting them up 3-0. He came off 12 minutes later, but he did plenty of damage in his 62 minutes. He's now scored in back-to-back games and looks to be getting very comfortable playing at the same time as fellow forward Juan Agudelo, who also scored Saturday.

January 9, 2014

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Davies has signed with the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer on a free transfer from Randers FC in Denmark, reports.

Davies was on loan with the Revs from Randers, so the move means he'll stay Stateside. The 27-year old made four appearances for New England after joining the club in August.

August 9, 2013

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Davies will join the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer on loan from Denmark's Randers FC, ESPN FC reports.

The deal has a purchase option attached to it, giving the Revs an opportunity to sign Davies if the loan spell is successful. Davies was an exciting prospect, including for the U.S. national team, before a car crash in 2009 derailed his development.

July 6, 2012

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After parting ways with FC Sochaux earlier this summer, Davies has signed on with Danish club Randers FC, according to his official Twitter page.

It's a lateral move, but the key for Davies is finding somewhere he can consistently play. Randers were relegated to the second division last season, which means Davies could very well have a prominent role at the club on day one.

February 10, 2012

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Davies will get his first start at striker for French side Sochaux this weekend, according to his official Twitter page.

Another miler marker for Davies on his road to a complete comeback from that devastating car crash that almost took his life in 2009. It's a big summer of World Cup qualifying and friendlies for the U.S Men's National Team, and Juergen Klinsmann has to be watching Davies closesly.

June 25, 2011

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Davies scored his eighth goal of the season in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Houston.

Davies has been quite the controversial figure of late due to a few hideous dives that were rewarded with penalty kicks on each occasion. He'll almost certainly be one of the starting strikers in next month's MLS All-Star Game against Manchester United.