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|Current team||Dunfermline Athletic|
|Date of birth||( 2001-06-07 ) 7 June 2001 (age 19)|
|Full name||Lewis McCann|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (188 cm)|
|Place of birth||Edinburgh , Scotland|
|2006-2015||Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale|
|2015-2016||Heart of Midlothian|
|2016-2018||Fife Elite Football Academy|
Dunfermline's 2019 / 20 campaign was a success. Side show that theyre capable of beating anyone on their day. As a result, theyve won 10, drawn seven, lost 11 and, using the points per game model, wouldve finished on 48 points. That is an increase of seven points from last season. Moreover, Pars can be optimistic about the emergence of young Lewis McCann, 18, who netted a goal for Northern Ireland u19s in the 1-1 draw. McCann continued to impress at club level, appearing 14 times throughout the campaign, starting six and averaging 44 minutes per appearance. Despite doing everything but score, this season has been McCanns breakthrough into senior football. This scout report will better inform readers of McCann's strengths and weaknesses. It will provide and make use of his statistics from this season. By doing so, we can develop an objective foundation that will allow for accurate tactical analysis and evaluation of his ability.
As he stood and faced the firing squad in 1944, Alexandre Villaplane might have looked back on the afternoon when he captained France in the first ever World Cup match. On July 13 1930, the 24-year-old led his country to a 4-1 win against Mexico, in front of 4 444 fans at Penarols Estadio Pocitos in Montevideo. The course of his life is scarcely credible. Born in Algeria, Villaplane moved to France with his parents as a youngster, and by the age of 17 he was playing for FC Sete on the south coast. He was a fine player, by all accounts: strong yet culture centre-half, good both in the air and with his feet. His skills make him attractive, and even in the days before professionalism, Villaplane move clubs with almost modern frequency-able to command good wages in fictitious positions created for him, as was common practice in the shamateur era. He was called up to the national team in 1926, becoming the first player of North African origin to represent France. A key member of the team, he was capped 26 times, including a spell of 20 consecutive games that included all World Cup group fixtures in 1930. He said leading his country out against Mexicans was the happiest day of my life. Away from football, though, his life was already starting to unravel. In 1929, he had been star signing for Racing Club Paris, curiously prescient attempt to build a super-Club in the capital. Almost immediately, Villaplane fell in with the wrong crowd, flaunting wages that he could technically have been getting as an amateur, and burning through cash faster than Mario Balotelli at John Lewis. He spent money on cabaret, in casinos and restaurants-and, most damaging of all, on racecourses, where he fell into a criminal underworld. The French Football Federation do not take kindly to their captains ' indiscretions-He never played for his country again after the World Cup, marking the end of his international career at the age of 24. Two years later, he was embroiled in a match-fixing scandal while playing for Antibes. Three years after that, following shambolic, disinterested spells at OGC Nice and Hispano-Bastidienne in Bordeaux, he was imprisoned for fixing horse races. His football career was over. He takes on his next life with zeal. When the Second World War broke out, former centre-half revealed himself as born crook, according to his prosecutor at subsequent trial, who also note: He would attempt and succeed in staging the most abject of blackmails-blackmail of hope. In one of his spells in prison, for handling stolen goods, Villaplane met Henri Lafonte, who would go on to become a notorious Nazi collaborator and leader of the French Gestapo. Through this connection, Villaplane was eventually put in charge of Brigade Nord-Africaine, group of mercenaries tasked with stamping out resistance in the south. They do this violently, under Villaplanes captaincy.
DETROIT-Tigers will have a change of guard at catcher, little sooner than expect. DETROIT did not tender a contract for James McCann, making a longtime Tiger a free agent after four-plus seasons behind the plate at Comerica Park. The team also non-tender reliever Alex Wilson, ending his Tigers tenure after four seasons in DETROIT's bullpen. Both are now free agents available to any team, including the Tigers. Friday marks the deadline for teams to tender contracts to arbitration-eligible players. The Tigers' six other arbitration-eligibles-Nicholas Castellanos, Shane Greene, Michael Fulmer, Matthew Boyd, Daniel Norris and Blaine Hardy-were all retain. The Tigers face decision with McCann, who was entering his second offseason of arbitration eligibility after one of his roughest seasons as as pro. While McCann took charge of the Tigers' pitching staff once again, his offensive production has drop, including a 152-point plummet in OPS to a career-low. 581 in 2018. His. 220 batting Average,. 267 on-base percentage and. 314 slugging percentage was all career low as well, while his 26 walks and 116 strikeouts resulted in the ninth-lowest walk-to-strikeout ratio among American League hitters with at least 450 plate appearances. His 32 weight runs create rank second-lowest among American League hitters, according to FanGraphs, ahead of Orioles slugger Chris Davis. McCann's struggle coincides with an offseason workout routine last winter that added muscle and bulk to his frame in hopes of helping him stay strong through the grind of his season. In terms of durability, it help; his 114 games caught and 112 starts were both career-bests, former ranking him third among AL catchers. McCann's 36 percent catch-stealing rate was right around his career average and ranked fourth among AL catchers. His pitch Framing, however, depends on metric. His negative-11 Framing Runs Above Average ranked 67 out of 85 Major League catchers with at least 1 000 pitches caught last season, according to statcorner. Com. By comparison, just-release Bill James Handbook rank McCann 13 out of 28 regular catchers in extra call strikes above expectations, putting him level with Cardinals great Yadier Molina. Despite defensive work, McCann's minus-0. 1 Wins Above Replacement rank last among Major League catchers with at least 450 plate appearances, according to FanGraphs. While Tigers officials could reasonably expect better from McCann in 2019, question was whether it was worth the Tigers' while to go another year amidst rebuild McCann wasn't going to be around to see it through. McCann avoided arbitration last offseason with one-year, 2. 375 million contract. General manager AL Avila made it clear at season's end that the rebuilding Tigers faced a tough decision on him. Obviously, he struggled a little bit this year with bat, Avila said in September, but he's veteran guy, He handles the pitching staff great and he's been durable. Obviously, we wish that he could hit a little bit more. I think that there's still something in there.
When asked to break lines and progress play, McCann does this by dropping deep or flicking the ball forward into space with his head. His height of 1. 88m, combined with his strength, supports his aerial ability FOR flick-ons. When he drops deep, his quick tempo, ball control and attacking mindset aid his ability to firstly, spot and then secondly, perform progressive pass or dribble into space. His ability to progress play FOR Dunfermline was his highlight of last SEASON. McCann finished 18 with an average progressive runs, 1. 05 per 90, with an average distance of 35. 88m. On top of that, he finished 20 with average progress passes, 3. 59 per 90, with an impressive average progression of 94. 5m. Above, McCann drops into a pocket that allows him to get turn and play forward. An example shows his clever movement inward to create an angle to play pass between right-back, Shaun Rooney and former Celtic player, Lewis Toshney. In picture above, McCann IS surrounded by opposing players. His youthful pace, upper body strength and tricky footwork create problems FOR opposition. As a result, McCann continued this run FOR another 10 yards before getting a shot off on goal. Its encouraging to notice flashes of McCanns enthusiasm to break lines and create opportunities for his teammates. However, he completed just 69. 89 % of his passes. OK, so yes, if you continually try to break lines with your passes, chance of completion will be less than simple pass sideways. Therefore, to attain the starting position, McCann needs to differentiate when to pull the trigger or when to maintain possession.
After bench trial, district Court terminated Kansas Production Company's oil and gas lease on David and Karen Lewis' land for KPC's breach of the implied covenant to explore and develop lease. The court found that KPC received no demand for development before this lawsuit was file. It also found that KPC's failure to explore or develop land for 6 years negate prior demand requirement for cancellation. KPC appeals termination. It seeks remand for order of conditional cancellation to allow it reasonable time to comply with the implied covenant. We reverse and remand. The Lewises own land in Chautauqua County that has been leased for oil and gas production since 1972. The original lease, called Raymon lease, is a record burden on Lewises' land. Lewises purchased land in 2005 from David and Deborah Lowe. In 1994, owner of Raymon lease was Randy Roberts. He divide lease into upper and lower subterranean portions. Roberts retained the upper portion for himself and assigned the lower portion to Mark McCann. Roberts uses his portion of Lewises' land to produce oil, and he has been doing so continuously since before 1994. McCann has held his interest in Lewises' land either personally, through his wife Maricela, or through McCann-control companies since the 1994 assignment. KPC has held McCann's interest in Raymon lease since 1998. McCann is shareholder or principal officer of KPC. In December 2004, low demand that KPC released its lease-interest. They cite as reason for release breach of implied covenant to produce portion of say oil and gas lease. Except for phrase explaining the reason for release, their demand letter was identical to the statutory form contained in KSA 55-201. This lawsuit commenced in May 2005. McCann admitted at trial that he never took steps to develop his portion of Raymon lease. He explained that he did not believe he had to develop Lewises' land because he was already actively developing or producing neighboring acreage covered by the original Raymon lease. McCann testified he was unaware that implied covenant to explore and develop land exist, and he had not developed Lewises' land because he had more-pressing deadlines in other fields. In April 2007, nearly 2 years into this lawsuit, McCann obtained a commitment from MOKAT, Inc., To drill test well on Lewises' land. He does this to show that he intends to develop land. McCann also points to his partial financing of gas lead lines into the area where Lewise land is located as evidence of his intent to develop lease. McCann testified that he believes he can produce profitable gas well on Lewise land. David Lewis testified that he did not want further oil or gas production on his land. Lewis wanted to clear Raymon lease burden on his title.
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