Victor Davidson

Victor Davidson was born in Glasgow on 11 August 1950 (age 72).

Glasgow-born Davidson grew up in Calton and Bridgeton. He attended school at Sacred Heart R.C. In 1967, he signed as a schoolboy player with Celtic and was given his first-team debut in 1970. He played only sporadically over the next five years before being transferred to Motherwell in 1975. After three season with ‘Well, he signed for English club Blackpool. In March 1979, Celtic bought Davidson from Blackpool for £35,000. The following year, he moved to the United States, where he signed with the Phoenix Inferno of the Major Indoor Soccer League. He finished the season ranked third in goals. In 1982, he moved to the Cleveland Force. Davidson was slowed by a leg injury during the 1983–84 season and the Force released him at the end of the season. After no other MISL teams expressed an interest in him, he signed with the Canton Invaders of the American Indoor Soccer Association. That year, the Invaders won the league title.

Since he retired, Davidson has been coaching at the Scottsdale Soccer Club in Arizona.

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