Scott Dann's FUT BIRTHDAY card is rated 74, he is 188cm | 6'2" tall, right-footed England defender (CB)
that plays for
with Low/Med work rates.
His average user review rating is 4.3
out of 5 .
He has 3-star weak foot
and 5-star skill moves,
giving him the ability to perform every skill move in the game.
He does have a real face in-game. He has been used in 21,362 games with a GPG (goals per game) of 0.025.
Scott Dann has 1 special cards
with ratings between 73 and 74.
The best chemistry style for him is BASIC.
He was born on 14-02-1987 and he is now 36 years old.
His real-life stats are currently 0 goals and 0 assists in 11 matches in domestic competition. He also received 1 yellow cards and 0 red cards.
His current price on FUT is 0 on PlayStation,
0 on Xbox,
and 0 on PC.
Scott Dann Objectives
Win 3 matches in the Live FUT Friendly: Silver Lounge
Score 8 goals in the Live FUT Friendly: Silver Lounge
Assist 6 goals in the Live FUT Friendly: Silver Lounge
6:00 I check Fifa. SBCs Reus. Cool but what else. Straight after that I have a look at Silver Stars, as I always do. And there it was. Everything I had done in my lifetime up to this point had been worth it. My destiny had been fulfilled and my life suddenly felt enlightened. After using a Deadeye chem style on him, I headed into a game with him up top, unaware of the ankles that were about to be broken. Flip flap one way, flip flap the other, my opponents' Tuanzebes were decimated by the pure god himself Scott Dann. After scooping past one, then rainbow flicking the other, I chipped the keeper and and stood there, caught cold by the pure magician I just witnessed. Heart pounding, I continued this magic with him for the rest of the game, and two others. At this moment I am left stunned at this, so logically, I visited Futbin.
Well i mostly do the Silver Stars as they often are Underrated, and well... Again. This Card is playable.
Now take into perspective i switched Joe Gomez to take in Dann to test him, and well.... He is actually good.
I Often use Skills so he is made for me, Pace isnt fast but with a Shadow he will get to 83 Sprint speed which is totally enough.
Even tho i play 4-5 Depth an Mbappe/Ronaldo Couldnt really Outrun Dann. Most times he could even Catch up!
Its like with gomez he is misterious when it comes to speed but what stands out is his Defending and Physical. 86 Strength/83 Aggression Its the same as Joe gomez Inform Card! and he also feels like it. his defending goes from 83-87 and with a Shadow its outstanding, he wins most of the Tackles and just feels Phenomenal.
As with other Cb he wont feel as clunky and can even dribble the ball through the Attacker to build up good Attacks.
I used him in 10 Games in Rivals and so far he is pretty good, scored 1 Header from the Corner but nothing really More.
Even tho he has 74 Stamina he doesnt need to be subbed off and does his Job the whole match.
Would i play Dann instead of Gomez?
yes, he is a lot of fun with 5* skill moves and has outstanding Stats for a CB, pace is kind of a downgrade but still a good card you can use in Champs if you play low Depth
ENGLAND + PREM LINKS
TALL 188cm/6feet 2 Inch
Pace(with about 5 Pace more he would be a world class cb)
Played this mad lad in Div 2 PC Rivals, and he is phenomenal at CDM. I'm genuinely not even capping, his dribbling for a person of his height is surprising super smooth. His 5 star skills allow me to quickly accelerate out after intercepting a ball for a transition. His pace is surprisingly not even that bad. Got a goal and an assist in 4 games. Passing is adequate. But seriously, its all about his dribbling and strength combo.
Hi, this review is gonna be short. He is just decent, nothing great. For sure worse than Gomez, or Walker on 7 chem, but he's got that something. Overall it's nice card for silver teams and for people with lower budget, if you wanna have some fun. 5* skills is really nice and he feels smooth. Worth to do him for sure, slap a shadow.
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