is 36 and ended 2002/03 with Leigh RMI where his three goals in 11 games
at the end of the season helped Leigh beat the drop. He scored the only
goal of the game at Kettering on the final day that kept Leigh up.
had more clubs than Tiger Woods, but has been a consistent goalscorer
throughout his career. Scott began his career with Leicester United and
signed for Lincoln City in March 1990. He then moved on to Wycombe
Wanderers for the first time for £30,000 in May 1991. Next stop was
Swindon Town for £300,000, then Stoke City, again for £300,000. In
November 1995 Keith moved to Norwich City. While at Norwich he was loaned
out to Bournemouth, Watford and then back to Wycombe, eventually resigning
for Wanderers in August 1997.
move was to Reading for £250,000 in March 1999. Reading loaned him to
Colchester United for a while in 2000, and eventually Scott signed for
Colchester on a free in March 2001. By August he was off again, this time
to Dover Athletic where his 14 goals in 40 games failed to save Athletic
from the Conference drop. Last season he played first for Scarborough,
before moving to Leigh RMI in March.
over his career Scott has played 487 games and scored 98 goals, a rate of
close to 0.2 goals a game. Perhaps more relevantly in 94 Conference games
played he has scored 36 times, a rate of 0.38 goals per game.
the 13th August, under a month after he signed for the Daggers, Keith was
sent out on loan to Tamworth for three months, to gain "match
fitness" but was subsequently sold to Windsor & Eton.
Keith Scott after scoring against Chelmsford City in pre-season
(copyright Dave Simpson)
Keith Scott and Christopher Kanu v QPR, pre-season