1 January 2010

Phil Scott

Name: Philip Scott
Born: 24 May 1942, Belfast
Died: 1 May 2014, Belfast
Height: 5.08 ft
Weight: 11.05 st
Position: Inside-Left

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 1 Amateur Cap / 3 Goals, Youth; Irish League.
Club Honours: (with Linfield) Irish League Champion 1965/66; Irish Cup Winner 1969/70;City Cup Winner 1963/64, 1967/68; Gold Cup Winner 1963/64, 1965/66, 1967/68, 1970/71; Ulster Cup Winner 1964/65, 1967/68; Top Four Cup Winner 1966/67, 1967/68; Co, Antrim Shield Winner 1965/66, 1966/67; George Wilson Cup Winner 1961/62*(with Distillery) Irish League Champion 1962/63; Irish Cup Runner-Up 1962/63; (with Brantwood) Steel & Sons Cup Winner 1976/77.
* with Linfield Swifts.

Club Career:
Teams
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
FA.Cup
Europe
Other
Lower Shankill BC
-
Youth
-
-
-
-
Distillery
-
-56
Amateur
-
-
-
-
Linfield
60/61-61/62
-58
Amateur
*10/  3
-
-
-
Distillery
62/63
c/s-62
Amateur
*31/ 12
-
-
-
Linfield
63/64-72/73
c/s-63
-
*328/143
-
13(2)/5
-
Glenavon
73/74-75/76
Jun-73
-
-
-
-
-
Brantwood
-
-76
-
-
-
-
-
TOTALS
-
£-
-
-
13(2)/5
-
* all domestic games.

Biography:
Phil Scott passed away at his home, in the shadow of Windsor Park, on 1 May 2014 after a lengthy period of ill-health. Just a few weeks earlier he had been awarded Honorary Life Membership by Linfield. On one of his final visits to Windsor he saw his grandson, Jordan Stewart, score against the Blues for Glentoran.

To follow.


Articles from LinfieldFC.com
Passing of the great Phil Scott
Phil Scott - A superb career
Phil Scott - a Giant in Linfield's proud European History

Northern Ireland Amateur Cap Details:
10-05-1963 Scotland H W 5-2 3 goals

Summary: 1/3. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 0.

Irish League Representative Appearance Details:

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