Official : Ex Arsenal, Liverpool Winger Ends Four-Year Spell With ChelseaPublished: June 13, 2018
Chelsea have announced on their official website that England international Gemma Davison has ended her four-year association with FA WSL champions Chelsea Ladies following the end of her contract.
The 31-year-old winger was credited with 14 goals in 78 appearances for the Blues and helped the club win five pieces of silverware.
Having started her career with Watford Ladies, she had four different spells with Arsenal and also played for Liverpool Ladies in England.
New York Magic, Chicago Red Eleven, Buffalo Flash, Western New York Flash and Sky Blues FC are the teams she represented in America, before finally returning to the United Kingdom in 2012.
Davision was named in the PFA WSL Team of the Year following her outstanding performances in 2013.
She made her debut for England's Three Lionesses in July 2009 after appearances for the U19, U21 and U23 sides.
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