Born: 10 June 1967
Where: London
Joined Wycombe: March 1991 for 25,000 from Lincoln City
Wycombe Debut: Wycombe v Slough Town 9 March 1991
First Wycombe Goal: Wycombe v Slough Town 9 March 1991
Final Wycombe game: Reading v Wycombe 20 March 1999
Left Wycombe: March 1999 for 250,000 to Reading
Keith Scott - picture Paul Dennis
Career summary at Wycombe
208 apps - 98 goals

Wycombe fans haven't ruled out a return for 'Scotty' sometime in the future but the likelihood of  that being in a playing role becomes less likely with his fall from grace at Reading"
Career Details (* indicates loan spell)
including detailed breakdown while at Wycombe
Date Club League
Mar90-Mar91 Lincoln City 7(9) 2 1(2) 0
1990/1991 Wycombe Wanderers 11(1) 6 5 5
1991/1992 Wycombe Wanderers 32(1) 18 10 2
1992/1993 Wycombe Wanderers 36 20 15 9
1993/1994 Wycombe Wanderers 15 10 8 5
Nov93-Dec94 Swindon Town 43(8) 12 8(0) 1
Dec94-Nov95 Stoke City 22(3) 3 2(1) 1
Nov95-Mar97 Norwich City 10(14) 5 0(4) 0
Feb96 Bournemouth (*) 8(0) 1 0(0) 0
Feb97-Mar97 Watford (*) 6(0) 2 0(0) 0
1996/1997 Wycombe Wanderers (*) 9 3 0 0
1997/1998 Wycombe Wanderers 28(1) 11 3(1) 2
1998/1999 Wycombe Wanderers 23(2) 6 4(1) 1
Mar99-Mar01 Reading 20(5) 5 5(4) 3
Oct00-Nov00 Colchester United (*) 5(0) 1 0(0) 0
Mar01-Aug01 Colchester United 3(1) 0 0 0
Aug01-Jul02 Dover Athletic 40(0) 14 - -
Jul02-Mar03 Scarborough 27(1) 9 3(0) 1
Mar03-Jul03 Leigh RMI 9(2) 3 0(0) 0
Jul03-Sep03 Dagenham & Red 0(0) 0 0 0
Aug03-Sep03 Tamworth(*) 9(2) 3 0(0) 0
Sep03-Jul04 Windsor & Eton 46(15) 18 NA NA
Background: Quite simply a Wycombe legend. In two spells at Wycombe 'Scotty' score numerous vital goals, whether in cup-ties or league games. Originally signed by Martin O'Neill from Lincoln City and his first appearance started a remarkable record where he has scored on his debut for all subsequent clubs. A king-pin in the 1991 and 1993 FA Trophy victories and promotion to the Football League. His goalscoring antics at the start of the 1993/94 season prompted Swindon Town to shell out 375,000 for his services and suddenly 'Scotty' was in the Premiership and scoring at Anfield.
After leaving Swindon, where he played a few games alongside Lawrie Sanchez, there were relatively unhappy times at Stoke City and Norwich City. Having played against Wycombe while on loan at Watford in February 1997, 'Scotty' was back at Wycombe on loan for the final two months of the 1996/97 season and his goals - Blackpool at home in April 1997 being the most significant - help keep The Chairboys in Division Two. John Gregory sealed his services permanently in a cut-price 55,000 move during the summer of 1997 and he continued to add to his goalscoring tally. His eventual departure in March 1999 came as a massive shock. Just days before he had signed a new deal with Wycombe but when Reading came looking, Lawrie Sanchez said we want 250,000 and The Royals were happy to comply. 'Scottys' last game for Wycombe was at Reading - which perhaps more significantly was Sean Devine's debut in a Wycombe shirt. He was placed on the transfer list by Reading Manager Alan Pardew during the summer and eventually joined Colchester United on a month's loan on 13th October. Returned to The U's in March 2001 on a permanent basis but was released on a free before the end of the season.
Moved back into non-League football during the summer of the 2001 with a move to Dover Athletic. Spells at Scarborough and Leigh RMI followed before an ill fated spell at Dagenham & Redbridge where he failed to make a competitive appearance and was loaned to Tamworth. After Dagenham he went on to sign for Windsor & Eton where he played with former team mate Dave Carroll. Moved into coaching shortly afterwards and had spells with the Youth set-up at QPR before time with Chesham United, Northwood and Leighton Town. He was appointed as Manager of Windsor & Eton in December 2007.
External Links:
Chairboys on the Net 2000-2009 - all rights reserved - Wycombe stats with thanks to Phil Ball
Keith Scott action photo kindly supplied by Paul Dennis
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