Sean Davis, born on September 20, 1978 in Clapham, is an English footballer. As of 2008, he plays as a midfielder for the Portsmouth Football Club.
His commendable performance in the 2000-01 season attracted the attention of many national selectors, which earned him a place with the English Under-21 squad. Sean Davis played 12 matches during the 2000-02 season, scored a goal and also captained the team. He was a part of the senior team for a friendly match against Australia in February 2003, but he did not make it to the field.
Sean Davis started his football career with the youth club of Fulham. In 1996, when he was just 17, he made his first-team debut for the club as a substitute in the 3-0 win over Cambridge United. He played for Fulham when the club was managed by Kevin Keegan, Jean Tigana and then Chris Coleman, and by the 1999-00 season, Sean Davis became a crowd favorite and first-team regular. He was the force behind the club securing the First Division title in the 2000-01 season. Fulham’s move into the Premiership brought him the distinction of being the only player to have played all four divisions with the same club. He signed with Tottenham Hotspur in July 2004 and debuted for the club in a match against Liverpool, which ended in a draw. He played 17 games for Tottenham Hotspur before switching clubs in January 2006. For a fee of £7 million, Sean Davis and his fellow Tottenham Hotspur teammates, Pedro Mendes and Noe Pamarot, were signed by the Portsmouth Football Club. He played his first game for Portsmouth in a match against Everton and assisted the team’s fight against relegation in the 2006 League. On March 18, 2006, he scored the second goal against West Ham United, and the club then went on to win the game 4-2. During the 2007-08 season, he made 18 appearances for the club, and as of 2008, Sean Davis has started in 51 games for the Portsmouth.
Well known for his tacking, keeping and passing, Sean Davis is considered to be a great prospect for the Portsmouth FC. Although he is Christian by birth, he found his faith in God through the influence of Linvoy Primus, a fellow Portsmouth teammate.