Davidovich played as the number one goalkeeper in the Israeli national team for a time. Davidovich suffered from 3 serious injuries but managed to recover and lead Maccabi Haifa to its 8th championship, winning the MVP title in 2004. Davidovich played all of his career at Maccabi Haifa and is considered a "symbol" of the club along with the veteran captain Yaniv Katan. Many talk about him as the successor of legendary goalkeeper Avi Ran, a Maccabi Haifa prodigy who died in a diving accident.
1999: Injured seriously in the crounch and missed the entire season.
2000–2001: Won the championship with Maccabi Haifa, conceding only 28 goals (the lowest in that season).
2001: Injured in his knee in the match versus Spain, where he kept the Israeli goal clean until he was replaced in half-time.
2002: Missed most of the season because of his knee injury.
2003: Recovered from knee injury and played the final matches in the league.
2003: Excelled in MHFC 0:0 draw against Valencia. After his performance he received grades of 10 in the Israeli press (just seven players received grade of 10 in the history of the Israeli press) and was dubbed "The Octopus" by the Spanish press.
2003–2004: Won the championship with Maccabi Haifa and chosen by player, press and coaches as the MVP of the season.