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SCOTT CAN'T STOP SCORING!

New Chesterfield hero Andy Scott produced a second-half supershow to bury York at Saltergate.

Scott, whose goal earned the Blues three points against Crewe last Saturday, showed a fine poacher's instinct to grab two opportunistic goals.

After a boring first half in which neither side managed to trouble the keeper, Blues boss John Duncan gave Scott a more forward role.

Duncan's gamble paid dividends when Scott pounced just four yards out after an Andy Morris shot was blocked.

The on-loan star could have had five but for the woodwork and some fine work between the sticks by Tim Clarke.

The Sheffield United man's second goal provoked chants of "sign him up" from the home faithful.

Andy Morris battled gamely to help Chesterfield secure the points, but it was Scott who shone.

The winger now has three goals in just 100 minutes' football with Chesterfield.

Steve Bushell came closest for York with a dipping volley against an upright, but Alan Little's men never looked likely to weather the home side's second half onslaught.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Oct 27, 1996
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