1081 James Scott

Biography

Pacy forward James Scott joined the Tigers on the last day of January 2020 for a £1.5 million fee, a signing designed to add new impetus and goals to City’s faltering ascent into the Championship play-offs spaces. Scott suffered a freak injury during his first training session with City, standing on a marker cone and suffering ankle ligament damage, and was immediately ruled out for the season. However the 2020 COVID19 pandemic and resultant delays in completing the season worked to Scott’s advantage, he made his City debut in the June 2020 relegation six-pointer against Charlton and scored his first goal a week later at Birmingham.

Born in Glasgow, Scott spent his youth career at Motherwell and ascended to the first team in April 2018 when he debuted in the Scottish Premiership against Ross County at the age of 17. His reputation grew despite only fleeting first team appearances and in February 2019 he signed a new contract and made his first senior start for Motherwell against Celtic. He scored his first senior goal for Motherwell two months later against Dundee. Scott started 2019/20 season a a first team regular and had scored 6 goals in 28 appearances when the move to Hull City came around.

Scott was chosen for the Scotland under-21 squad in August 2019 and made his first under-21 appearance that month against San Marino.

Details

Nationality: Scotland
Date/Place of Birth: 30 August 2000, Glasgow
Hull City First Game: 20 June 2020, Charlton Athletic H (Championship), 19 years, 295 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]

Clubs

Motherwell (2016-2020), Hull City (2020-current)

Hull City Record

Career: 12 apps, 1 goals

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