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1Scott Bevan
Full nameScott Bevan
NationalityEng England
Rovers apps (goals)a37 (0)
PositionGoalkeeper
Date of birth19 September 1979
in Southampton
Height6 ft 6 in
Joined
1 July 2011 from Torquay United


Senior clubs
Southampton
Ayr United
Stoke City
Woking
Huddersfield Town
Wycombe Wanderers
Wimbledon/Milton Keynes Dons
Tamworth
Kidderminster Harriers
Shrewsbury Town
Torquay United
Bristol Rovers
a League appearances and goals only
Last updated by Gasheadsteve on 14/05/2012

Scott Bevan was one of the fifteen players who joined Rovers in the summer of 2011 as part of new manager Paul Buckle's overhaul of the playing staff. He had played under Buckle for three years at Torquay United, and when he was appointed as Rovers' boss Bevan followed shortly afterwards.

He was one of ten players to make their full debuts for The Pirates in the first game of the 2011–12 season, a 3–2 victory over AFC Wimbledon, and was the first choice 'keeper for the majority of his first season in Bristol. He lost his place in the starting eleven briefly near the middle of the season when he was forced to miss a number of games due to injury. Michael Poke was brought in on loan to stand in for him and impressed enough to retain his place in the lineup when Bevan returned to full fitness. This was a temporary blip however and Bevan was soon restored to the team when Poke suffered an injury of his own, ruling him out of contention for the starting spot.

CareerEdit

Scott began his career at Southampton, his home town club, but after loan spells with Ayr United, Stoke City, Woking, Huddersfield Town, Woking (again) and Wycombe Wanderers he was released without having made a single first team appearance.

He signed for Wimbledon in March 2004, shortly before they relocated and were renamed Milton Keynes Dons, but after having made only 17 league appearances in just over a year he was loaned out again, this time in a three-month deal to Conference side Tamworth in October 2005. He then had a season and a half with Kidderminster Harriers and a brief stint with Shrewsbury Town in 2008 before joining Torquay United, initially on loan, shortly after the start of the 2008–09 season.

Career statsEdit

SeasonClubLeague
AppsGoals
1997–98Southampton 00
1998–99Southampton 00
1999–00Southampton 00
1990–00Ayr United (loan)00
2000–01Southampton 00
2001–02Southampton 00
2001–02Stoke City (loan)00
2001–02Woking (loan)70
2002–03Southampton 00
2002–03Huddersfield Town (loan)300
2003–04Southampton 00
2003–04Woking (loan)40
2003–04Wycombe Wanderers (loan)50
2003–04Wimbledon 100
2004–05Milton Keynes Dons 70
2005–06Milton Keynes Dons 00
2005–06Tamworth (loan)100
2006–07Kidderminster Harriers 400
2007–08Kidderminster Harriers 170
2007–08Shrewsbury Town 50
2008–09Shrewsbury Town 00
2008–09Torquay United (loan)130
2008–09Torquay United 210
2009–10Torquay United 180
2010–11Torquay United 370
2011–12Bristol Rovers 370

Record against RoversEdit

Scott has never played against Bristol Rovers in a competitive first team fixture.

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