Scott came through the academy system at Liverpool Football Club, leaving at the age of seventeen before spending short periods at Blackburn Rovers, Wigan Athletic and Wrexham.
In January 2007 he became a full-time employee at Liverpool FC, spending eight-and-a-half years as a coach both in the Academy coaching the next generation of young footballers and as part of the club’s community department.
A fully-qualified football coach, Scott took on various other project management responsibilities, including a role in football development on behalf of the club’s official charity, the LFC Foundation. This role saw Scott involved in developing more competitive football opportunities for young people in Liverpool and worldwide.
Scott developed further skills and knowledge whilst working on behalf of the club spreading the global brand of LFC in countries including Ireland, Holland, Germany, USA, India, Qatar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea and Australia.
There was further opportunity for travel on the club’s pre-season tours and Scott was involved in the last four tours prior to leaving the club. This saw him working closely with the first team players and staff as well as key club partners including Standard Chartered, Dunkin Donuts, Subway and New Balance. Due to the nature of the work he did for Liverpool he has developed key contacts in the football and business world, both locally and internationally.
As Robbie’s brother, Scott liaises closely with him on all things FEFA.