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Fans React to Dann's New Deal

13 July 2015

Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann has committed his long-term future to the Eagles, signing a new five-year deal at the club.

The Player of the Year is already a big fan favourite in SE25 following an impressive 18 months in red and blue, meaning that the news was met with widespread joy, especially following the announcement that James McArthur has committed his future to the Eagles and Yohan Cabaye signed from Paris Saint-Germain.

BREAKING: Scott Dann has signed a new five-year deal with #CPFC. More here -

— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) July 13, 2015
Palace fans took to Twitter to celebrate the news, offer words of support for the 28-year-old centre-back and congratulate the club on tying down the defensive powerhouse.

Here are some of the best reactions to the Scott Dann news:

@CPFC The good news just keeps coming #cpfc

— tony stewart (@antony1978) July 13, 2015

@CPFC This made my week!

— Jack McComiskie (@jcomiskie) July 13, 2015

@CPFC Awesome news! Best CB we've ever had!! #cpfc#DannSigns

— Ben Long (@benjameslong) July 13, 2015

@CPFC Get in there, Scotty D! Most underrated centre half in the Premier League. #cpfc

— Jack Pierce (@Jackpierce88) July 13, 2015

Delighted to see Scott Dann has committed his long-term future to #CPFC.

— Steve Parish (@CEO4TAG) July 13, 2015

@CPFC Brilliant news, push on Palace

— Ian Griffiths (@Soundcheckmike) July 13, 2015

@CPFC Brilliant news. Superb. #dannsigns

— Joniesta (@iamthejlaw) July 13, 2015

@CPFC Whoever else we get in, that's the best signing of the summer, without a doubt.

— chris page (@chrispyging) July 13, 2015

@CPFC@premierleague best defender in the league

— Júnior (@ManLikeDwight) July 13, 2015

@CPFC Dann great news to hear. Looking forward to the season already #cpfc

— Darren Baptiste (@BaptisteDarren) July 13, 2015

@CEO4TAG@CPFC Perfect. The back four will be a fortress for a long time.

— Bryan Garcia (@BryanUF) July 13, 2015

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