Former England non-league international Tom Davis has become the latest player to link-up with Chelmsford City after signing terms with the Clarets for the 2013/14 campaign.
Born in Bromley, Tom began his career as a youth teamer with Fulham before a move to Gravesend & Northfleet, where he gained his England cap.
He moved on in 2005 to become a key member of the St Alban’s City side which won promotion to the Conference Premier and was a near ever-present for two seasons at Clarence Park.
Lewes snapped him up in 2007, spending a record transfer fee for him, then he won promotion again as Lewes became champions of the Conference South in 2007/08.
However, Steve King’s side broke up that summer and the creative midfielder was snapped up by AFC Wimbledon, where he won his third promotion from the same division in four seasons.
Tom signed for Dover Athletic in June 2009 after leaving the Dons, where he missed just four league games in their Blue Square South championship-winning season.
Tonbridge Angels announced his signing last June after spells with Carshalton Athletic, and Woking (on loan), winning promotion once more with the latter.
Davis becomes the third player to sign for City so far, including left-back Nicky Nicolau and Player of the Year Mark Haines.
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Posted: Saturday , June 01, 2013