Billy Davies

Billy Davies

Billy Davies

  • Date of Birth: 31 May 1964
  • Birthplace: Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland

    • News from around the web

      'Knew the history' - Robert Earnshaw on scoring against Derby and dealing with Billy Davies
      Forest nostalgia For all your latest NFFC news, opinion, analysis and transfer gossip, click here You can follow our Reds reporter...
      06/12 06:00

      News from Eyefootball

      Possible candidates for the next Rangers manager

      For the past five weeks, Rangers have been looking for the perfect replacement for Pedro Caixinha after the Portuguese manager failed to produce an upturn in fortunes at Ibrox during his seven-month spell in charge.

      Venables close to EIRE job

      Terry Venables is still firm favourite to become the next Republic of Ireland manager.

      Davies no to Scotland job

      Billy Davies has ruled himself out of the running to take the Scotland international manager job. The former Derby coach has ruled himself out after the SFA admitted he was high on their shortlist of potential candidates.

      Scots job still vacant

      Billy Davies the former Derby manager has ruled himself out of the race to become the new Scotland manager.

      Torres and Gerrard on fire

      Steven Gerrard broke Derby hearts as he netted a last minute winner to help push Liverpool closer to the top of the Premiership. Fernando Torres scored Liverpool's other goal as they beat Derby at Pride Park 2-1.

      Jewell ready for Derby

      New Derby boss Paul Jewell has spoken out about his mission to keep Derby in the Premiership; he praised Billy Davies for all his work and said firmly that he feels Derby can stay in the Premiership for another season.

      Davies: I want Scotland job

      Derby County's former manager Billy Davies has put himself forward as a potential front runner for the vacant Scotland job. Davies left Derby by 'mutual consent' in midweek after concerns over County's performance.

      Davies: needed 5 or 6 players

      The former Derby County boss Billy Davies has revealed that he needed at least five or six players to succeed and take Derby to the top level. Davies has been frustrated with the performance of Derby and left by mutual consent on Monday afternoon.

      Davies to move on from Derby

      Billy Davies has decided to leave Derby County by mutual consent. Derby have had a very difficult start to life in the Premiership, and rumours were rife that Davies had two games before being given the chop. Defeat against Chelsea signalled the end however.

      Chelsea pick up Rams win

      Goals from Salomon Kalou and Shaun Wright-Phillips were enough for Chelsea to pick up a hugely important 2-0 victory over Derby County. Michael Essien was shown a red card later on.

      Davies seeks "Arteta gems"

      Derby manager Billy Davies has said that he is looking to bring players of the quality of Mikel Arteta into County during January. Davies believes he needs to add players who can "turn a game on its head".

      Preview: Derby vs Chelsea

      If the rumours are true that Billy Davies has two matches to save his job in the Derby hotseat, the visit of Chelsea is hardly the ideal game for him at this time. Chelsea have won four of the seven Premier League matches under Avram Grant, whilst Derby sit rock bottom in the Premiership.

      Davies ready for Chelsea

      Derby boss Billy Davies is readying his squad for the visit of Chelsea to Pride Park. Derby were hammered 5-0 by West Ham United in the last home game, but Davies has insisted that Derby will be competitive in the game with the Premiership giants.

      Davies: more than football

      Derby boss Billy Davies has insisted that there is more to life than football. His side were thumped 5-0 by West Ham at the weekend, and Davies has been quick to play down the toughest period in his managerial career.

      Hammers maul Derby

      West Ham mauled the Premiership's bottom club Derby 5-0 today with goals from Bowyer (2), Etherington and Solano. It was a dreadful performance by Derby who already look destined for the Championship.

      Preview: Derby vs West Ham

      Derby are looking for only their second Premiership win of the season, but West Ham know three points will take them into the top half of the Premiership. Derby have the weakest attack in English league football and if are to get anything out of this match, must score goals against the Hammers, who are undefeated in four games.

      Preview: Villa vs Derby

      Derby County continue to struggle in their efforts to climb up the Premier League table and their challenge will get no easier against 10th placed Aston Villa. The trip to Villa Park will be a hugely difficult one for Derby, who are desperate to pick up points.

      Preview: Derby vs Everton

      Everton manager David Moyes could hand Tim Cahill his first Barclays Premier League start since injuring his metatarsal in March at Derby. Gravesen and Cahill returned impressively in midweek, and Derby know they must start putting points on the board as they only have won win to their name this year.

      Preview: Reading vs Derby

      Reading are playing Derby in the 14:00 kick off at the Madejski Stadium today. Reading have just two wins from seven games, whilst Derby have yet to win away from home and have yet to score away from home too. This really is a battle of the low-end of the table and will certainly be an interesting one.

      Gunners batter Rams roundup

      Arsenal 5-0 Derby. Derby suffered another big away defeat, this time at the hands of table topping Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. Elsewhere, Liverpool dropped points in their Premiership chase as they drew 0-0 with Birmingham.