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Scott Davies




Date of birth





Republic of Ireland

Having started his early career on the books at Watford and Wycombe, Davies moved to join our Academy in 2002, aged 14.

Captaining the youth sides on a number of occasions, he took the step into first team football through a loan spell with Aldershot Town in the summer of 2007.

Wearing their number 16 shirt, Davies played 32 times and scored nine goals, with his debut for the Shots coming in a 2-1 win over Kidderminster in August.

Ending that loan season with promotion, he also secured the achievement of Conference National goal of the season with his injury-time strike against Torquay United in March.

For the subsequent campaign, Davies was again loaned out to Aldershot where he made his Football League bow in their 3-2 win over Bradford City, scoring the last of three goals that night and his first of 14 for the season.

His Madejski Stadium debut finally came at the start of the 2009/10 season. Playing centre-back alongside Alex Pearce he managed to keep the books clean in our 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest that August.

That turned out to be one of four appearances Davies would make in a Royals’ shirt, leaving for a loan spell with League One’s Wycombe Wanderers in October.  

The Republic of Ireland midfielder left Reading in 2011 to join up with Crawley Town on a free transfer.

Another spell with Aldershot and then Oxford United was to unfold before he stepped into non-league football, last seen playing for Wealdstone in the Conference South from January 2015.