Christopher Davies

Christopher Davies of the London Daily Telegraph is one of Britain’s most prominent soccer writers. He regularly covers Premier League powers Arsenal and Chelsea in the Champions League, and he covers the Republic of Ireland internationally. Davies has covered eight World Cups and is a former chairman of the Football Writers’ Association in England.

For Christopher Davies's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

Constant blaming of referees is becoming farcical

| Jan 27, 2017

Constant blaming of referees is becoming farcical

Lunch with a former Premier League referee was going well until the chat about his forthcoming holiday was interrupted by another customer. “You didn’t give Arsenal a penalty in 2011 against Manchester United. It was nailed on. You cost us three points,” he told ...

Man United takes momentum into Liverpool match

| Jan 13, 2017

Man United takes momentum into Liverpool match

According to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, the Premier League title will be decided by how the top six teams fare against each other. There will, of course, be the occasional banana skin for English football’s heavyweights, but there is growing evidence of an ...