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|Full Name||Melvyn D. Scott|
|Date of Birth||26 September 1939|
|Place of Birth||Claygate, Surrey|
|Debut||11 March 1958|
|Games (goals)||104 (0)|
|Other clubs|| Brentford|
Melvyn Scott (born 26 September 1939 in Claygate) is a former centre half who made over 100 appearances for Chelsea between 1958 and 1962.
Born a few miles south-west of Stamford Bridge in north-east Surrey, Scott joined the club as a junior and appeared regularly for Chelsea in youth and reserve competitions such as the FA Youth Cup, Football Combination and Southern Junior Floodlight Cup. He turned professional in November 1956 but would have to wait well over a year for his first team debut in March 1958. He was a first team regular during the 1958-59 and 1961-62 seasons, but was otherwise employed as a back-up to more experienced players such as John Mortimore and Bobby Evans.
Scott joined Brentford in March 1963 and became a mainstay of the side for four seasons. He subsequently saw out his career in the USA, playing for the Oakland Clippers.
Scott made four appearances for England's Under-23 side; against Poland, Czechoslovakia and France in 1958-59, and against Hungary in 1959-60.
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