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Scott is a 18 years old local footballer who started his career at Celtic FC and is currently with Edinburgh City FC playing for the Under 20s team.
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Heriot Watt U20s 0 v 3 Edinburgh City U20s - 17.02.17
City continued their winning run with a three goal margin away at Heriot Watt in first leg of cup. Scott also continued his goalscoring run netting one of the three goals.
Edinburgh City U20s 5 v 0 Edusport U20s - 10.02.17
City followed up last weeks victory with an emphatic win over Edusport scoring five without reply. Scott scored one of the goals and had a few chances to increase his tally,his goal was a through ball which he latched onto and with one on one with goalkeeper he placed the ball into opposite corner of the net than goalkeeper anticipated.
Edinburgh University U20s 2 v 3 Edinburgh City U20s - 03.02.17
After a winter break and a complete change of coaching staff,City were back in action with a derby match at Edinburgh University,during the winter break Scott has been training with the first team,but was back playing for the U20s tonight contributing two assists in a closely fought 3-2 victory for City.
Edinburgh City U20s 2 v 5 Tynecastle U20s - 09.12.16
City were well beaten tonight at home in another local derby continuing the roller coaster of winning a couple of games then losing another couple.
Scott played up front in this match and was substituted.
Spartans U20s 3 v 2 Edinburgh City U20s - 29.11.16
City in third away game in a row are edged out in a five goal thriller in local derby.
Scott played first half up front and second in midfield and unlucky not to score during match.
BSC Glasgow U20s 0 v 3 Edinburgh City U20s - 19.11.16
Another impressive away win and clean sheet for City with Scott scoring two goals and setting up other goal in a terrific team performance.
Preston Athletic U20s 0 v 3 Edinburgh City U20s - 14.11.16
City returned to league business after last weeks crushing defeat with a good away win and a clean sheet.
Scott came on as a substitute,having three good chances in second half but unable to convert due to good goalkeeping and some last gasp defending.
Celtic U20s 21 v 0 Edinburgh City U20s - 05.11.16
City getting drawn away to Celtic in the Scottish Youth Cup was always going to be a hard task and as scoreline shows the step up in class was evident with Celtic ruthless in front of goals.
The City players have to pick themselves up for the next match against similar level opponents and enjoy their football again as they will not play against another team at the level of Celtic.
Scottish Cup Round 2 - Forfar Athletic 0 v 1 Edinburgh City - 01.11.16
Scott received a call up to the Edinburgh City first team and was an unused substitute for Scottish Cup replay at Forfar Athletic which City won by a single goal.
Hopefully the experience will motivate Scott to keep working hard for the U20s and aim for further first team chances.
Lothian Thistle U20s 5 v 1 Edinburgh City U20s - 28.10.16
City were well beaten in this away fixture and continue to be unpredictable,winning one week,losing the next.
Scott returned from injury coming on for the second half and created a few chances running at Thistle defence.
Edu Sport U20s 3 v 5 Edinburgh City U20s - 21.10.16
Another high scoring game involving City,this time running out winners.
Scott never featured in this match due to injury.
Edinburgh City U20s 2 v 5 Edinburgh University U20s - 14.10.16
City's topsy turvy season continued with defeat in local derby to Edinburgh University. Scott played well up front linking play and causing problems,also unlucky to score with couple of good chances,one in either half.
Alloa Athletic U20s 0 v 1 Edinburgh City U20s - 07.10.16
After last weeks horrendous defeat,City arranged a friendly against Alloa Athletic hoping that last week was a one-off result.
In a tight game,City emerged winners with Scott scoring the only goal of the game,he also had a few chances and on another day could have scored four or five goals.
A good result for City to get back to winning ways after previous result.
Stirling University U20s 9 v 1 Edinburgh City U20s - 30.09.16
Stirling scored twice in the first half before City pulled a goal back,Scott then had a shot cleared off the line as City pushed for an equaliser. However with half an hour remaining City unbelievably conceded another seven goals and ended up suffering a heavy defeat.
Edinburgh City U20s 3 v 1 Preston Athletic U20s - 25.09.16
City eased through to next round of Scottish Cup today with Scott scoring the three City goals.
The first of his hat-trick was finishing off a cross by making late run into six yard box and side footing past the goalkeeper.
At one each, City went down to ten men before Scott scored his second goal collecting the ball on the half way line before running with ball towards the centre backs then shooting from outside the eighteen yard box with a los shot which went underneath the goalkeeper.
Scott completed his hat-trick in the last minute of the game by curling a free kick around the wall of defenders into the bottom corner of the goal.
Edinburgh City U20s 3 v 4 Tynecastle U20s - 16.09.16
City lost out in seven goal thriller against Tynecastle tonight.
Scott played up front again, setting up the first City goal with an assist and having a few shots on goal in the first half which was best performance so far this season.
The second half was similar to the first with Scott linking up well and making several good runs,however was unfortunate not to score in this match.
Edinburgh City U20s 0 v 6 East Kilbride Thistle U20s - 12.09.16
City were well beaten tonight in a one-sided affair with Thistle dominating the full game.
Scott again played as striker after his impressive performance in last match, apart from having a few half chances there was not much service for the forwards as play was mainly towards the City goal.
Edinburgh City U20s 1 v 2 Cumbernauld Colts U20s - 09.09.16
On a wet evening in Edinburgh,City lost in a close,hard fought match against Cumbernauld Colts.
Scott was moved forward from midfield to play as striker and responded by scoring the City goal,he beat a defender on edge of box before striking a left foot shot which beat the goalkeeper on his near post. Scott was unfortunate not to score again,having several efforts on goal but can be pleased with his performance.
BSC Glasgow U20s 3v 3 Edinburgh City U20s - 05.09.16
After defeat in previous match, City had another tough away match in Glasgow but ended up with a draw after a hard fought match.
Scott played the full match in central midfield and had a much improved performance than previous game. Scott had a couple of good chances in the first half and set up one of City's goals, as his confidence grew in the second half he started dominating the midfield setting up several attacks and had several attempts on goal. After City went behind 3-2 they went and equalised immediatly with Scott splitting defence with a through ball for his teammate to finish.
City performance merited at worst a draw and could have won the game and Scott can be happy with his performance in this game.
Spartans U20s 3 v 0 Edinburgh City U20s - 26.08.16
First competitive game for Edinburgh City U20s was away to Spartans with the home team scoring twice in the first half and adding another after the break to ensure a comfortable win.
Scott started the match playing centre midfield but started game slowly before coming into the game as the match went on,however it was too late as game was already away from City.
Edinburgh City U20s 4 v 1 Heriot-Watt University - 19.08.16
The last pre-season fixture for Edinburgh City U20s was against Heriot Watt University first team before season starts next week.
Scott played centre midfield in the game and scored two of the goals,the first collecting the ball from halfway line and then running at defence before shooting from twenty yards out with ball going into the net off the inside of post. The second was a ball received between the two central defenders which Scott controlled on his chest before slotting past the goalkeeper and into the net.
Hopefully Scott will continue into league season in goalscoring form and keep his personal performance level high.