KRISTIAN SCOTT | MIDFIELD

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23.5.1995

5ft 10"

@KRISSCOTT1

PLAYER BIO

Former USA U20 International midfielder who joined the Pitmen from Southern League South side Frome Town in June 2019

Bristol-born Scott joined hometown club Bristol City from a young age, playing for the Ashton Gate outfit through the age groups until he followed his father to Stoke City in December 2011 after Scott Senior had been appointed as a member of the Potters' coaching staff

Scott's two seasons at Stoke saw him play a number of games for the Stoke Development side, earning him a call-up to the United States U18 side in the autumn of 2012. A year later, the teenager was called up into Tab Ramos' U20 side as he continued his move up the ranks for his adopted country

In September 2013 he joined Swansea City for an undisclosed fee, thus returning to his native South-West. He made a number of appearances for the Swans in the U23 Premier League before leaving at the ednd of the 2013-2014 season

Scott made a move to another Premier League team in September 2014, joining Leicester City on a two-year contract. He was a regular for Steve Beaglehole's U23 side, again lining up in the U23 Premier League for the majority of his two seasons at the King Power Stadium

 

As Leicester's first-team were clinching their unexpected Premier League title in April 2016, Scott was in the process of leaving the club after his contract came to an end. He joined Vanarama National League North club Nuneaton Town a few games before the end of the season, playing against the Pitmen in the final game of the season at Liberty Way. He agreed a new deal with 'Boro to stay for the 2016-2017 season in June 2016

The start of the following season saw Scott used mainly as a substitute for Nuneaton, playing alongside future Hednesford players Iwan Cartwright, Ben O'Hanlon and Tom Elliott. In January 2017, Scott joined high-flying league rivals AFC Fylde on a deal until the end of the season; however, his time at Fylde quickly turned sour, as he made only one substitute appearance before electing to return to Nuneaton on a non-contract deal just four weeks after leaving Liberty Way

Despite manager Tommy Wright's desire to keep Scott for the 2017-2018 season, the midfield man decided to leave the club after being offered no assurances on first-team football by Wright. He linked up with Rushall Olympic just after the start of the season and played a string of games for the Pics under ex-Hednesford manager Liam McDonald

In January 2018, Scott returned to the South-West once more with a move to Vanarama National League South side Weston-Super-Mare. He was used sparingly whilst at Woodspring Park as the Seagulls finished in a mid-table position

After leaving Weston in May 2018, he trialled for Evo-Stik Southern Premier League South side Frome Town, agreeing a deal for the 2018-2019 season. However, Frome's season was one of struggle, with the Robins finishing second bottom at the end of the season and were relegated to step four once more

In June 2019, Scott linked up with former team-mates O'Hanlon and Elliott at Keys Park after agreeing a deal with the Pitmen for their upcoming Southern Premier League Central campaign

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