Position: Midfielder (Centre)
Date of Birth: March 12th 1992
Birth Place: Edinburgh, Scotland
Previous Clubs: Hutchison Vale Boys Club, Heart of Midlothian, East Fife, Dunfermline, & Livingston
Killie Contract: June 3rd 2015 (3 Year Deal), released in March 2016, Resigned for Killie on June 3rd 2021, to a two year deal.
International: 3 Appearances for Scotland U16's. 10 Appearances for Scotland U17's. 6 Appearances for Scotland U19's.
Allan Johnston (manager of Dunfermline on Scott Robinson's trial), 24th March 2016: “He’s just in training just now and we’ll see what happens. He’s been released by Kilmarnock and I’ve spoken to Lockey about him and he rates him really highly. He’s been coming in to keep fit and we’ll see how it progresses from there. We’re having a look, there’s no harm in us having a look.”
June 3rd 2015: "I am delighted to join Kilmarnock Football Club and I am looking forward to working with the manager again. This is a new challenge for me and I am ready for it."
March 1st 2016: Scott negotiates hid release from Killie.
June 3rd 2021: Scott Robinson returns to at Rugby Park for a second spell as he becomes Kilmarnock's fourth signing in three days.
The midfielder made just six starts during his 13 appearances at Rugby Park in 2015/16 before being released in the first season of his three-year deal.
But he has turned his career around and was a standout for Livingston during their top-six season last campaign. The 29-year-old has also played for East Fife and Dunfermline Athletic since leaving Ayrshire.
And has penned a two-year deal as he joins the Tommy Wright revolution. “It feels great to be back at this massive club and hopefully we can get back to the Premiership as soon as possible. The manager’s record at St Johnstone was outstanding and someone I would like to play under and he sold it to me right away. The fans will see a massive difference in me. Before I had a couple of injury problems and playing a different position, a more defensive position at the time which wasn’t me. I’ve had to go away and start from part-time football at East Fife and work my way up in forward areas. I’ve done that and now it is up to me to show that I should be here and I am the right man.”
Aug 7th 2021: Scott makes his second Killie debut as a second half sub at Palmerston (having been injured during Killie's pre-season).
Aug 15th 2021: Scott makes his first start, away to Hibs in the League Cuo.
Aug 21st 2021: Scott opens his goal-scoring account foe Killie with a fine double away to the Accies.
Tommy Wright said: “I know what Robbo can do. He’s got bags of experience, his movement is good. He’s an excellent finisher. I was pleased for him. I think in the first couple of minutes he had half a chance as well. He can be really pleased. We’ve had to be patient because of his injury to get him up to match speed. He didn’t play a lot of football from the end of February and that’s why he broke down, probably doing a bit too much on his own in the summer. It was a big loss early doors because he’s quality. He sets the tempo, he links it up well. Even though he’s not the biggest, he causes centre halves problems. He wins his fair share in the air and makes it awkward for them.
“He’s an intelligent footballer who I’ve always admired. He was just one of hopefully many good signings we made in the summer.”
Aug 14th 2021: Scott scores a fine double on his first start of the season at Accies.
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