Edgar Steven Davids (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛdɡɑr ˈdaːvɪts] ; born 13 March 1973) is a Dutch-Surinamese former professional footballer and current coach. After beginning his career with Ajax , winning several domestic and international titles, he subsequently played in Italy for Milan , and later enjoyed a successful spell with Juventus , before being loaned out to Barcelona in 2004.
Edgar Davids, Actor: Nike - Good vs Evil. Edgar Davids was born on March 13, 1973 in Paramaribo, Suriname. He is an actor, known for Nike - Good vs Evil (1996), League of Legends (2004) and Secret Tournament (2002).
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Edgar Davids is the cousin of Lorenzo Davids (SV Nijmegen). Edgar Davids is the uncle of Royston Drenthe (Racing Murcia FC). Edgar Davids is the uncle of Giovanni Drenthe (Walking Boyz Company).
Edgar Davids of Holland charges forward during the UEFA European Championships 2004 Play-Off second leg match between Holland and Scotland held on... Edgar Davids of Barnet in action during the pre season friendly match between Barnet and Ipswich Town at The Hive on July 20, 2013 in Barnet, England.
In October 2012, legendary Dutch midfielder Edgar Davids came out of retirement to become player-manager of Barnet F.C. It was a wild ride. Few footballers have achieved superhero status as effortlessly as Edgar Davids.
In his prime, Edgar Davids was a highly gifted player with a fiery temper and excellent technical skills. The Dutchman won’t be remembered for his ability but more so for the futuristic goggles, he wore while on the pitch. A Champions League winner in 1995, Davids was a seriously talented football player.
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Edgar Davids is one of the most recognizable football players in the history of football, not only for his skills on the pitch but also for his glasses, which he wore during the matches. But have you ever wondered why the former Dutch international footballer was always wearing glasses during the games?