Davis signs with Nashville SC
DURHAM – Former Duke male soccer player Sean davis has signed as a free agent with Major League Soccer Nashville SC team, as the club announced on Tuesday.
Davis signed a three-year contract with an option for 2025, after a seven-year career with the New York Red Bulls. The midfielder first joined the Red Bulls as a home player, reaching the rank of captain, while also leading the team to the MLS Cup playoffs on five occasions. Davis also made headlines as the only MLS player to play every minute of every game last season.
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“Sean is a tremendous leader who contributes so much on and off the pitch,” said Nashville SC General Manager Mike Jacobs. “He has the ability to impact games on both sides of the ball, and we are delighted to add him to our squad.”
Over the course of his long career in MLS, Davis played 172 games (141 starts), 10 playoff games and over 12,000 minutes, scoring four goals and 23 assists, all with his home Red Bulls.
With Davis signing in Nashville, the Blue Devils have five former players under contract with an MLS franchise, joining Jeremy Ebobisse (San José earthquakes), Sebastien ibeagha (Los Angeles FC), Will pulisic (Austin FC) and Brian Blanc (Vancouver Whitecaps FC).
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