- matches played 404
- goals 34
- assists 9
- Last appearance (days ago) 9
Born on February 14, 1987, Scott Dann's age of 32 underlies his team's mean. Scott Dann is a male defender from United Kingdom, who has been playing for Crystal Palace in United Kingdom since January 31, 2014. He is currently twelfth in Premier League (United Kingdom) with his team Crystal Palace. So far in the 2018/2019 season, he competed in 13 fixtures. Scott Dann prefers to play with his right foot, as do 74% of his teammates. With a height of 1.88m, he exceeds Crystal Palace's mean tallness by 3.
His shortest stay in a club was 31 days in Koge BK (Denmark). Weighing 167.55lb, Scott Dann measures 5lb less than the average player on Crystal Palace. Already 63 times a card was given to him in his tenure. Before joining Crystal Palace, he was engaged in the squads of Redditch United, Coventry City, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers, Walsall FC and Koge BK. Throughout his professional career, Scott Dann participated in 393 games, the last appearance being ten days ago.
The contemporary term does not appear to be his best one yet, as he managed to neither score nor provide any assistsand at least provide an assist once. When it comes to unfortunate moments, he scored eight times in the wrong net since becoming professional. Most of these were in Premier League 09/10 (United Kingdom) with Birmingham City. Altogether, Scott Dann was substituted in 11 and out 14 times. Currently, he entered the pit more than he left it which is different to last season wherein he did the opposite.
He is playing as defender in Crystal Palace together with Ryan Inniss, James Tomkins, Pape Souare, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Sam Woods, Patrick Van Aanholt, Joel Ward, Jeffrey Schlupp, Jairo Riedewald, Martin Kelly and Mamadou Sakho. His squad won 60% (40% home) in Premier League. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches counts 3. Scott Dann received the jersey number 6 at Crystal Palace. Premier League 15/16 (United Kingdom) has been his best season so far since he scored his personal highest amount of goals. His longest stay in a team counts five years and 5 months in his current club.
(Last edited May 14, 2019)