Scott Rendell
Full nameScott David Rendell
NationalityEng England
Rovers apps (goals)a5 (0)
Date of birth21 October 1986
in Ashford, Surrey
Height6 ft 1 in
7 October 2011 from Wycombe Wanderers (loan)
7 November 2011 to join Wycombe Wanderers
Senior clubs
Aldershot Town
Forest Green Rovers

Crawley Town
Cambridge United
Peterborough United
Yeovil Town
Cambridge United
Torquay United

Wycombe Wanderers
Bristol Rovers
Oxford United
a League appearances and goals only
Last updated by Gasheadsteve on 16/05/2012

Scott Rendell joined Rovers on a month-long loan from Wycombe Wanderers in 2011, reuniting with manager Paul Buckle, who had previously taken him on loan at Torquay United.

His brief stay in Bristol saw him start his first four games with the club, making his debut on 8 October 2011 in a 3–0 defeat to Oxford United, before coming off the bench for Scott McGleish for the final 12 minutes of his fifth game. He rounded his spell off as an unused substitute in Rovers' 2–1 defeat to Accrington Stanley on 5 November 2011. He failed to score during his five games for the Gas, and returned to his parent club on the expiry of the loan period. Although his month in Bristol was up, the reason given for his return to Wycombe was a groin injury, so it can probably be inferred that his stay would have been extended if it were not for this.


After a brief stint at Aldershot Town at the beginning of his career, Scott joined Reading in 2004, and although he didn't play any league games for the Royals, he did gain some first team experience while on loan back with the Shots, as well as at Forest Green Rovers, where he scored on his debut, Hayes and Crawley Town. He was signed by Crawley on non-contract terms in January 2007 after being released by Reading, having been on loan at Broadfield Stadium since the previous August. He stayed with Crawley until the end of the 2006–07 season, whereupon he joined Cambridge United.

His spell with Cambridge lasted less than a year however, and after having scored 17 goals in 29 league appearances he joined Peterborough United on loan in February 2008, signing permanently for them at the end of the season. His full-time move to Peterborough didn't go to plan, making just three league appearances in two years, and spending most of his time out on loan to Yeovil Town, Cambridge United (again) and Torquay United.

He joined Wycombe Wanderers in 2010, and was the club's top goalscorer during the 2010–11 season. He joined Rovers on loan in October 2011 for a month, making 5 league appearances without scoring, before moving to Oxford United, again on loan, until the end of the season.

Career statsEdit

2003–04Aldershot Town 00
2004–05Aldershot Town 00
2004–05Reading 00
2004–05Aldershot Town (loan)60
2005–06Reading 00
2005–06Forest Green Rovers (loan)162
2005–06Hayes (loan)80
2006–07Reading 00
2006–07Crawley Town (loan)218
2006–07Crawley Town 213
2007–08Cambridge United 2917
2007–08Peterborough United (loan)103
2008–09Peterborough United 31
2008–09Yeovil Town (loan)50
2008–09Cambridge United (loan)2715
2009–10Peterborough United 00
2009–10Torquay United (loan)3512
2010–11Wycombe Wanderers 3714
2011–12Wycombe Wanderers 61
2011–12Bristol Rovers (loan)50
2011–12Oxford United (loan)183

Record against RoversEdit

Scott has played against Bristol Rovers four times, winning twice, losing once and drawing once. He has scored four goals, including a hat-trick in a 6–3 defeat for Wycombe Wanderers in 2010. The games when Rendell has faced Rovers have often been high-scoring affairs, with 22 goals scored in the first three of these matches, an average of 7⅓ goals per game! His fourth game spoiled this record somewhat, when he took part in a 0–0 draw while playing on loan at Oxford United.

6 September 2008Peterborough UnitedLondon Road5–4 to PeterboroughScored Peterborough's fifth goal
9 November 2010Wycombe WanderersAdams Park6–3 to RoversScored a hat-trick
6 September 2011Wycombe WanderersAdams Park3–1 to Wycombe
18 February 2012Oxford UnitedMemorial Stadium0–0

Personal lifeEdit

Scott lost his four-week-old son, who had been born four weeks prematurely, in December 2010. The baby, named Alfie, was taken to hospital on 22 December and died on Christmas eve.

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