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Lachlan Scott


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  • Date Of Birth: 15/04/97
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Wollongong, New South Wales
    Squad Number: 23
    Position: Forward
    Joined Wanderers: 12/05/16
    Contract Details: Youth League 2014/15. 1 Year Contract 13/5/16. 2 year extension on 1/11/2016
    Contract Finish: 2018/19
    Previous Club: Wanderers Youth League
    Wanderers Debut: 2nd August 2016 vs Wellington
    A-League Appearances: 21
    A-League Goals: 1
    ACL Appearances: 4
    ACL Goals: 2
    FFA Cup Appearances: 3
    FFA Cup Goals: 2
    Total Appearances: 28
    Total Goals: 5
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2016/17: 22 (5), 2017/18: 6 (0), 2018/19: 0 (0)
    Highlight: Scored a brace on debut for the Wanderers first team in the FFA Cup match against Wellington Phoenix.
    Highlight: He scored a goal in the A-League, Asian Champions League & FFA Cup in the 2016/17 season.
    Description: A young striker who made a name for himself after winning the Wanderers Youth League Player of the Year for 2015/16, as well as scoring 5 goals in the Wanderers NPL debut against Spirit FC. His entry to top flight football was a good one, with a decent return of 5 goals in 22 appearances across all competitions in 2016/17. The arrival of Oriol Riera and the good health of Brendon Santalab restricted Scott's first team opportunity in 2017/18, he played just 6 games and failed to score, although he did perform well in the Youth League & NPL 2. In his last year at the club he fell out of favour, did not play a game in the 18/19 season and was released in February 2019.
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I had high hopes for the kid and still do, hopefully he comes up to his full potential and can make it back into the AL or even would like to see him killing it in the second division (when it comes around). I feel like if there was already a second division in place he would grow a lot in a comp like that and young players like him that are ready to take that step above NPL but just not ready for the AL yet

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21 hours ago, MistahCampoy said:

I had high hopes for the kid and still do, hopefully he comes up to his full potential and can make it back into the AL or even would like to see him killing it in the second division (when it comes around). I feel like if there was already a second division in place he would grow a lot in a comp like that and young players like him that are ready to take that step above NPL but just not ready for the AL yet

I think so as well. I feel like he is too good for NPL but just a touch short of A-league, and its where the Australian football infrastructure fails players like him

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On 18/03/2020 at 9:32 PM, MathyouWSW said:

He always seemed to be make a big impact in the NPL and Y-League...but it seemed the A-League make him shake in his boots.

Scored an ace goal at Campbelltown (or did I imagine it)

There is a player in their, but proably lacks a  bit of pace  (more cliches to come as they come to mind)

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