Scott Loach

Scott Loach

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Scott Loach

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Scott James Loach (born 27 May 1988) is an English footballer. He plays as a goalkeeper for Watford in the Football League Championship, having previously spent loan spells with non-league Stafford Rangers and League Two sides Morecambe and Bradford City. He has played for England at under-21 level, and in August 2010 was called up to the senior squad for the first time. Scott Loach is a life long supporter of Ipswich Town


Early life

Loach was born in Nottingham, and his family moved to Ipswich when he was four. He was a member of the academy at Ipswich Town from 1997 to 2000. Loach was allowed to train with Nottingham Forest for 3 months until his contract was up with Ipswich,after his family moved back to Nottingham. He then trained and joined Chesterfield for a season, he left when they went into administration. Loach then signed for ex Forest player Colin Barret who was Manager of Southwell United. Keith Wort, Lincoln scout spotted Scott playing for Southwell and took him to Lincoln City F.C. as a Goalkeeper on a 8 week trial, Scott was a 14-year-old schoolboy in April 2003, becoming an apprentice in summer 2004. During his time at Sincil Bank, he spent a number of periods on work experience with non-league sides. In August 2004 he played several games for Bourne Town, and two months later played 2 games for Radcliffe Olympic. He went to Boston Town in January 2005, a spell that...
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