Where is Simon Davies now?
A talented winger who could operate on either flank, Simon Davies retired from playing professionally in 2013 after six seasons at Fulham.
He was a fan’s favourite at Fulham and was instumental in guiding the West London side to the 2010 Europa Cup Final scoring in both the semi-final and the final itself.
Playing for 16 seasons, he made over 400 appearances for just four clubs, chipping in with nearly 50 goals.
He was also an important member of the Wales national side between 2001 and 2010 winning 58 caps and captaining them during their 2010 World Cup qualifying games.
Embed from Getty Images
Not content with giving up football completely, Davies signed up to play for Welsh side Solva in 2014 where his brother was captain.
Having earned £30,000 per week during his peak in the Premier League, Davies had to pay £3 per week subs in order to play.
Since retiring from playing, Davies has settled in Hertfordshire where his wife owns a beauty salon.
A huge golf fan, Davies has set up a private golf experience company with former team-mate Matthew Etherington called Edge Golf.
He has also worked as a matchday host in the hospitality lounges at former club Fulham.
Follow on Twitter @Digger2325
Simon Davies: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Everton, Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com