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Scott Davies: Tranmere Rovers goalkeeper is retiring at 34

Scott Davies also had spells with Morecambe and Fleetwood

Tranmere Rovers goalkeeper Scott Davies has retired at the age of 34.

Davies has not played for League Two since his Achilles tendon injury in March 2021.

He played a total of 238 league games for the Prenton Park outfit and helped them win promotions from the National League to League One.

Davies, who joined Fleetwood in 2015, has announced that he will be staying at the club until his contract ends this summer.

“As long as I’m still a player at Tranmere Rovers, I will do everything behind the scenes to help the club achieve their goals,” he said.

Tranmere Chairman Mark Palios added: “Scotty has been one of the most influential players in and around the club for most of my time here.

“Not only has he contributed to the pitch with two promotions and four trips to Wembley, but he has also closed the gap between the locker room and the boardroom.”

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