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:

| Jun 6, 2014

Hodgson facing tough decisions due to injuries, form

Roy Hodgson will have learned nothing new from England’s 2-2 draw with Ecuador in Miami on Wednesday, but quite a lot of his opinions will have been underlined as he prepares for Saturday’s final World Cup warmup against Honduras in Florida. Hodgson and everybody ...

| May 30, 2014

No end to Tottenham's revolving managerial door

When you have appointed eight managers during your 13 years as chairman winning only one League Cup, it is understandable that the fans view you with a certain cynicism. One Spurs supporter called Mauricio Pochettino “Tottenham’s eighth ex-manager under Daniel Levy.” Another said: “Make ...

| May 9, 2014

Pellegrini most deserving of Manager of Year award

The Manager of the Year award, we have been told, is between Brendan Rodgers and Tony Pulis. Rodgers has made Liverpool the great entertainers as they went from seventh last season to a team who could still, mathematically, win the Premier League. Pulis has ...

| Apr 25, 2014

Moyes was wrong man from start for Man United

When David Moyes was the manager of Everton, he told a television interviewer that he would never criticize his players in public — “only in the dressing room.” As a successful Everton manager for 11 years Moyes had a certain standing in the game, ...