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After Seven Years At Selhurst Park Scott Dann Has Decided To Quit Crystal Palace

After seven years at Selhurst Park, Scott Dann has departed Crystal Palace.
Dann was keen to sign a new contract with Palace, but the 34-year-old has moved to seek a new challenge after his contract expired.
“Everyone at Crystal Palace Football Club wishes Scott well and thanks him for his service,” the team said in a statement.
Dann joined Palace in 2014 from Blackburn Rovers, making 181 first-team appearances for the Eagles.
He was chosen club captain in 2016 and was a member of the 2015-16 team that reached the FA Cup final.
His departure comes two weeks after Gary Cahill’s departure, and Palace are still looking for a new defender this summer.
“I want to put on record my thanks to the coaches, players, and backroom staff I’ve worked with over these delightful seven years at the club,” Dann stated in a statement placed on Palace’s website two weeks after Gary Cahill’s departure.
“I feel like I’ve seen and seen all a footballer can in this period, and I’m delighted to have served and captained Crystal Palace.”
“I’d also like to use this opportunity to thank the Palace fans, who have been fantastic since I joined.”
Christian Benteke thinks it was vital to sign his new deal before Euro 2020 to show his dedication to Crystal Palace ahead of the new season. “This has been a chapter of my career that I’ll never forget,” he says, adding, “and I wish the players and the club all the best for the coming season and beyond.” Chairman Steve Parish adds, “Scott has given
“During his time with us, Scott was a fantastic leader on the pitch and served as captain of the team.”
Everyone at the club regards him with the utmost respect, and we wish him all the best in the future.” Follow the summer transfer window with Sky Sports You can keep up with all the latest transfer news and speculations in our dedicated Transfer Centre blog on Sky Sports’ digital platforms, as well as on Sky Sports News.

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