Born: Ilkeston, 2 April 1964.
Career: Ilkeston Town, WOLVES Spt 84, Stoke City Jly 85, Colchester United (loan) Jan 90, Stockport County (loan) Mar 90, Colchester United Jly 91, Gillingham Aug 92, Cambridge United Aug 95, Leyton Orient Jan 99 to Jne 03, Gray Athletic (player/assistant-manager) 2003 to 2005, Burnham Ramblers (assistant-manager), Stevenage Borough as (assistant-manager), Gillingham (assistant-manager) Nov 07 to May 10, Barnet (assistant-manager), Kettering Town (assistant-manager), Thurrock (assistant-manager) May 2012 to date.
Scott Barrett is one of the few goal scoring keepers doing so for Colchester United at Wycombe Wanderers on 28 September 1992 in a G.M. Conference league fixture.
Signed by Tommy Docherty from Ilkeston Town, Scott Barrett became understudy to Tim Flowers. His time with Wolves saw the club relegated from the Second to the Fourth Division.
He then made 60 appearances for Stoke City as well as having loan spells with Colchester United and Stockport County. He joined Colchester United on a permanent basis following there relegation from the Football League and his two seasons there saw him help them to a FA Trophy success, the runners-up spot the GM Conference and to promotion back to League football following there Conference championship winning season of 1991/92. He then joined Gillingham before joining Cambridge United. He then had five season with Leyton Orient before dropping out of top class football. Since dropping into Non-League circle’s Scott has been associated with Gray Athletic as player and assistant manager, Burnham Ramblers and Stevenage Borough as assistant manager to Mark Stimson. He rejoined Gillingham as assistant manager along side long time friend Stimson and won promoted to League One in 2009. They departed Gillingham in May 2010 following relagation after just one season and Scott has since joined Stimson as assistant at Barnet, Kettering Town and Thurrock.
Football League: Appearances 373, Goals 0.
Debut: Portsmouth (a) 27/10/84.
Debut: Doncaster Rovers ‘R’ (H) 27/8/84.