Scott Rendell

Scott Rendell

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Scott David Rendell (born 21 October 1986) is an English footballer who plays for Wycombe Wanderers. His position is striker.


Rendell was born in Ashford, Surrey but lived in Basingstoke, Hampshire, and he started his career with Staines Albion where he played until the age of 16. After Staines, Scott was signed to the books of Aldershot Town before joining nearby Reading. Unable to break into the Reading first team, he was loaned back to Aldershot, and had work experience loans at Forest Green Rovers and Hayes.

Rendell scored Forest Green's first ever goal as a professional football club on the opening day of the 2005–06 season, against Cambridge United, who he would later go on to sign for. He had a spell with Crawley Town initially on loan before making the move permanent until the end of the 2006–07 season before joining Cambridge in the summer of 2007. Scott started the season as a substitute, but after an injury to fellow United striker Lee Boylan, he was given a first team opportunity and had scored 22 goals by mid-February.

On 18 February 2008, Rendell joined Cambridge's rivals, Peterborough United on loan with a view to a permanent transfer for a fee of £115,000. The move was made permanent in May.

However, after failing to make an impact at London Road due to the success of the pairing of Craig Mackail-Smith and Aaron McLean, Rendell joined Yeovil Town on loan...
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