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Adam Davies was born on 27 March, 1987 in Peterborough, England, is an English-born Welsh footballer.

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Age33 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born27 March 1987
Birthday27 March
BirthplacePeterborough, England

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Davies signed his first professional contract with Cambridge in November 2005. Despite struggling to hold down a regular place in the Cambridge team, Davies enjoyed international recognition from Wales with his first call up to the Under-21 squad in February 2006 and he has also had trial spells at and Preston North End and Everton. In a match against Exeter City on 4 April 2006, Davies suffered a horrific injury when he was kicked in the neck whilst challenging for a ball, which resulted in Davies receiving treatment for around 20 minutes whilst the club physio and St. John’s Ambulance personnel tended to him. He was discharged from hospital the next day. During a game at Dagenham & Redbridge in August 2006, Davies suffered Anterior Cruciate Ligament damage and was ruled out for the entire season.


Davies began his career as a schoolboy at Peterborough United before switching to Cambridge as a trainee. He made his first team debut, while still a trainee, on 29 August 2004 when he replaced Stevland Angus as a second-half substitute in Cambridge’s 1–0 win away to Boston United in the Football League Trophy. His league debut came on 10 September 2004 when he replaced Justin Walker as a late substitute in the 1–0 win at home to Bristol Rovers. He made one further league appearance, again as a substitute, as Cambridge struggled in the league and were eventually relegated to the Conference at the end of the season.


Adam Davies (born 27 March 1987) is an English-born Welsh footballer who played for Cambridge United and the Wales national under-21 football team.