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Scott signed for Blackpool prior to their second season in the Football League, 1898-99, making his debut in the opening game of the season, a 4-1 defeat at Glossop North End on 3 September. He was ever-present in each of Blackpool's 34 games, and scored four goals in the process.
Blackpool were not re-elected to the League after their sixteenth-placed finish in 1898-99, but when they returned to the competition in 1900-01, Scott made nineteen appearances.
In 1901-02, Scott was again ever-present. He scored one goal in his 34 appearances - the only goal of the game against Burslem Port Vale on 5 April.
Scott continued to be a mainstay of the team during 1902-03, missing just two games. He found the net on two occasions, both from the penalty spot.
He missed one game of the 1903-04 season, and scored three goals.
Scott achieved the same number of appearances in 1904-05, scoring two goals. He also made his first appearance for the club in the FA Cup.
In 1905-06, Scott made 35 appearances in the league and five in the FA Cup.
Scott scored two league goals in 1906-07, both game-winners, in his 34 league appearances. The first occurred on 5 December in a single-goal victory over Leeds City at Bloomfield Road. The second occurred the following month at the same venue, this time in a 1-0 victory over Gainsborough Trinity.
Scott made 35 league appearances in 1907-08, his penultimate season with the Seasiders.
1908-09, Scott's final season with Blackpool, saw his make twenty league appearances. His final appearance for the club occurred on 13 March, in a 2-2 draw at Chesterfield.
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