Former Boston College soccer star Charlie Davies is on the move again. On Friday, he Tweeted that he has signed with Randers FC.
Today is a very big day, I'm happy to announce I have signed with Randers FC!— Charlie Davies (@CharlieDavies9) July 6, 2012
Davies joins Randers FC from Sochaux of France's Ligue 1 where he couldn't get a game. Sochaux and Davies mutually agreed to terminate his contract, enabling a move to the Danish Superliga. Davies made eight appearances for Sochaux in 2009, scoring twice in his second game with the club.
In 2011-12, Randers FC finished second in the Danish First Division, earning promotion to the Danish Superliga. The club was formed in 2003 as a result of a merger between six clubs. This is Davies third European club, signing his first professional contract with Swedish Allsvenskan club Hammarby IF in 2006.
Davies signed on loan with D.C. United for the 2011 season. In 27 appearances, Davies scored 11 goals with the club, helping United earn the final playoff spot in the MLS Cup. At the end of the season, the club declined to secure Davies' permanent transfer from Sochaux.
In three seasons with Boston College, Davies set the school's single-season record for points (36) and goals (15) in 2006 en route to being named a FIrst-Team All-American. He was named one of three finalists for the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, the soccer
Heisman Hobey Baker.
Here's to hoping Davies enjoys a successful career with Randers in the Danish Superliga.