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E Scott (outside-left) 1918

Scott was an obscure left winger, who played one game as a guest for Leeds City during the First World War.

With left-half Bert McLachlan unavailable for the Elland Road game with Coventry City on 28 December 1918, versatile Leeds skipper Jack Hampson dropped into the half-back line, allowing Scott to come in on the flank. City surprisingly lost 1-0. The Leeds Mercury reported: "Scott, a newcomer on the Leeds left wing, and Price both had shots but they were not troublesome and the first named was weak in his centre."

Nothing else is known of the player.