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David Davis Signs for Blues

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Birmingham City have signed Wolves central midfielder David Davis for an undisclosed fee.

The 23-year-old has agreed a two-year contract with Blues and will be eligible for Tuesday's League Cup match against Cambridge.

Davis' arrival came less than a week after Blues midfielder Tom Adeyemi joined Cardiff and made his debut on Friday.

Lee Clark has said:

"He's a modern day central midfielder, box to box. He's tenacious and has a turn of pace. He fits the bill for us"

Davis made 61 appearances for Wolves and also had loan spells at Darlington, Walsall, Shrewsbury Town, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Chesterfield.



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Writer:Nahum Cassidy
Date:Monday August 11 2014
Time: 1:24PM

Comments

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Apparently he is slow on the ball, takes too many touches. These Wolves fans could be playing him down to me though!
Chrisblues
11/08/2014 13:28:00
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He's great.. I've watched him for a few years now. He keeps the ball well, and will try risky passes but not the same one if it doesn't work. Think the wolves fans are jealous ;) plus he's not bad on the eye is he..? :P
Sask
11/08/2014 13:33:00
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Haha I think they are maybe a bit jealous, one of my friends does rate him reasonably. They have plenty of talent in their team at the moment so I think they are being a bit overly harsh ha.
Chrisblues
11/08/2014 13:40:00
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Let's just say, he's better than gleeson... Everyone can agree on that :P
Sask
11/08/2014 13:43:00
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Yes, agreed. Gleeson was poor on Saturday.
Chrisblues
11/08/2014 13:55:00
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Is he better than what we have now?
HappyBlueHarry
11/08/2014 14:03:00
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Yes, Harry. Id say he's better than Tom too! What did you guys think of Eardley on Saturday?
Sask
11/08/2014 14:08:00
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Tom who? I don't know a Tom ;) haha and well Eardley needs to raise his game personally, I prefer Caddis
HappyBlueHarry
11/08/2014 14:11:00
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I do too Harry!! Just someone said to me that if Caddis plays right back, you're left with Edgar brown or Gleeson in the middle which leaves us light. I didn't agree.
Sask
11/08/2014 14:14:00
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He looks strong, but he won't be as good as Adeyemi. Adeyemi was good at getting forward and supporting the attack as he was good at defending
Nahum Cassidy
11/08/2014 14:22:00
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