Tom Davies ( Footballer ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

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Tom Davies ( Footballer ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography
Thomas Davis ( Footballer ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Biography

Name Thomas Davies
Nick Name  Tom
Born ( Age ) June 30th, 1998
Birth Place Liverpool, England
Nationalty  British 
Education NA
Profession Sports - Footballer 
Team Everton
Height 5.11" feet
Marital Status Unmarried
Wife / Girlfriend NA
Children No
Father Tony
Mother NA
Net Worth  $8.1 Million ( eastimated )

Thomas Davies is an English professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Premier League club Everton and England's national under-21 team. He is an Academy graduate from Everton and made his first team debut at the age of 17 in April 2016. Two years later, he became the youngest player to do so at the age of 20 and 60 days.

Personal Life -- Davies was born in Liverpool, Merseyside. He is the nephew of former Everton player Alan Whittle, who made 74 appearances for the club between 1967 and 1972 and his older brother Liam is a semi-professional footballer who plays for Bala Town.He represented England in the Toulon tournament the following year and went on to claim his third consecutive title in the competition across the country. 

Davies mother is that the famous hairdresser in Liverpool and therefore the super mum of Tom Davies. Daine is that the quite mother who gets so attached to her son. Davies told the Daily Mail that back in his academy, his mum doesn't mind keeping her hairdressing salon closed order to drive him to Finch Farm.Tony Davies is that the super cool dad of Tom. he's a sort of father who enjoys having his son Davies around him where they both watch his games together.

Club career --  Davies playing for Everton in 2017, featured on occasion from the first-place bench, Davis made his first start of the 2016–17 Premier League campaign on 2 January 2017 and 3–0 for Everton. Recorded his first assist. Victory over Southampton. He scored his first goal for the club 13 days later when he scored a 4–0 league win over Manchester City. His performance also earned him the title of man of the match. On 9 April, he scored the fastest goal of the season, when he netted after just 30 seconds in a 4–2 win over champions Leicester City. Next month. At the club's end of the season awards dinner, Davis was named Everton's Young Player of the Year and also won the Goal of the Season and Performance of the Year honors for his role in the win over Manchester City.

The following season, during the early stages of the campaign under manager Ronald Cowman, Everton lost six of their opening twelve matches, during which Davis was primarily used as a substitute off the bench and to find form. Struggled for He returned to form following the appointment of Sam Allardius and was named by the CIES Football Observatory in February 2018 as the seventh most promising footballer in the world at the age of 20. Later that month he made his 50th Premier League appearance for the club. 1–0 loss to Watford.

On 29 August 2018, under new club manager Marco Silva, Davis captained Everton for the first time in a 3–1 EFL Cup victory over Rotherham. In doing so, and at the age of 20 and 60 days, he became the youngest player to captain the club, breaking the record already set by Steve McMahon in 1983. Later that year, he was one of 20 players to be nominated. Golden Boy Award, but eventually struggled during the campaign after failing to define his role in Silva's team, making only 16 leagues for the season.

International career -- Davies has represented England to the under-21 level. On 7 October 2015, he was invited by England manager Roy Hodgson to train with the senior team following his progress with the under-17 side. Just seven days later, he was named captain of England's Under-17 team for the 2015 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Chile. The FA agreed to Everton's request to rest Davis so that he would not feature in the European Under-19 Championship for England Under-19s in summer 2017.