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Edgar Davids, The Player That suffered a Severe Head Injury Which Consequently Affected His Vision

Edgar Davids sustained a severe head injury in 1995, which as a result caused him to experience issues with his vision. After he had surgery in 1999 to treat glaucoma in his right eye, he began to wear goggles for protection once the procedure was completed. This publication can be found on Wikipedia, Sportskeeda, and Bolavip

Because of his marking ability, tenacity, and hard-tackling style of play, his manager Louis van Gaal gave him the nickname "The Pitbull." He plays defensive midfield and is known for his style of play.

Davids was a player for several different clubs across Europe, the most notable of which was Ajax, where he won three consecutive league titles and one UCL title. He also won three league titles while playing for Juventus, another club in which he won three league titles.

On the international stage, he played for the Dutch national team a total of 74 times. In 1998, he was a member of the team that ended in fourth place in the World Cup, and he was also selected for the all-star team for the competition.

In addition, he was a member of the Euro 2000 team that advanced to the semifinals, and he was selected for the tournament's team of the tournament.

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