Scott seals return to Hastings
Knory Scott believes his decision to rejoin Hastings United FC from Kidderminster Harriers is a step in the right direction.
The Bermuda Under-20 forward has returned for another bite at the cherry at the English non-league club who play in the Isthmian League South East Division.
“I've been following Hastings on Instagram and just seeing how the club is being run now and it's a lot better than what it was when I was here before, so it was a no-brainer for me really,” Scott said in a club interview posted on the social media network, Twitter. “It feels good to be part of Hastings. Worked with Aggie [manager Chris Agutter] before so it's a good step coming back and get my football to where it needs to be.
“I think coming from an international experience the coaching levels are up there, I think Aggie is a great coach.”
Hastings also announced Scott's return on Twitter.
“Bermudian international winger Knory Scott joins The ‘U's from Kidderminster Harriers,” read a brief statement. “All at the club welcome Knory to Hastings.”
Scott, who represented Bermuda at the 2017 Concacaf Under-20 Championship in Costa Rica, hopes to make a big impact during a second stint with the semi-professional club.
“Hopefully lots of goals, lots of assists,” he added. “I know how passionate the fans are here and I can't wait to hear them supporting us.”
Scott represented Kiddminster both at under-23 and senior levels.
He is the third Bermudian to sever ties with the club, who play in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football, behind Milan Butterfield and J'Nai Butterfield-Steede.
Midfielder Butterfield recently joined National League side Chesterfield while Butterfield-Steede is now plying his trade with Kendal Town, who feature in the Northern Premier League Division One North West.