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Stefan Scougall




Date of birth



170 cm





Carlisle United signed midfielder Stefan Scougall on a short-term deal which keeps him at Brunton Park until the end of the current campaign on January 2019 transfer deadline day.

Scougall played under current boss Steven Pressley at Fleetwood between March and June 2016, helping the club to retain their League One status, as he made nine important appearances for the Highbury outfit, bagging a goal in a 1-1 draw with Oldham along the way.

The all-action midfielder started his career as a youngster with Hibs and Dunfermline before being snapped up by Livingston, joining the West Lothian club full-time in 2010 just before he made the decision to move away from playing football.

He was part of the Livi team that sealed the Scottish Second Division title during his first season with the club, and became a regular at Almondvale the following year.

Scougall's continued good performances for Livingston saw him attract the attention of scouts from south of the border and, in January 2014, he joined Sheffield United on a three-and-a-half-year-deal for an undisclosed fee.

Managerial changes and new signings limited his playing time and, after his loan-spell with Fleetwood Town, he moved to join St Johnstone during the summer of 2017.

He made 27 first-team appearances in his debut season with Saints but was given the nod to look for another opportunity ahead of the current transfer window.