Episode 45: Scott Agnew (Part One)

If you’re looking for the very definition of a lovely left foot, Scott Agnew is your man.

The East Fife midfielder joins Craig G Telfer in the latest edition of the Pelé Podcast to look back over his career to date. He begins by discussing the Fifers’ excellent start to the season, his hopes for the rest of the campaign and his side’s progress in the Irn-Bru Cup.

Scott then jumps back 15 years to discuss his first steps in the game, starting with his move to boyhood favourites Rangers in 2004. He talks about the challenges of playing with such a big club and questions if a lack of maturity held him back. Scott then discusses his subsequent move to Hamilton Academical and his professional debut under Billy Reid.

The player then looks at his journey in part-time football, first with Alloa Athletic, followed by a disappointing two-year spell at Ayr United, including loan spells with the Wasps and with Stranraer.

Scott closes the first part of his interview by talking about one of the most successful seasons of his career: Dumbarton’s promotion to the First Division in 2011/12.

Listen to part two here.

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