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How is Scott Wagstaff getting on ever since leaving Charlton Athletic?



Scott Wagstaff carved out a respectable Football League career for himself after coming through the youth setup at Charlton Athletic.

The versatile midfielder made his debut as an 18-year-old in April 2008 and went on to represent his boyhood club 142 times scoring 22, before leaving for Bristol City in the summer of 2013.

Wagstaff was in and out of the side in three seasons with the Robins, clocking up 90 appearances before moving closer to home when he signed for Gillingham on a free in the summer of 2016.

Two seasons at Priestfield Stadium followed where Wagstaff turned out 66 times before he moved back to the capital to AFC Wimbledon.

Similar to his spell at Gills, Wagstaff spent two seasons with the Wombles transitioning from a wideman to a more effective central midfielder. He made 72 appearances for the club and most memorably bagged an FA Cup fourth round brace in a 4-2 victory over West Ham United.

Wagstaff was untouchable that day in the number ten role inflicting a giant killing on a Hammers side that fielded the likes of Michail Antonio, Mark Noble and Javier Hernandez in their starting XI.

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Wagstaff signed for Forest Green Rovers in the summer of 2020 and made 37 appearances in their run to the League Two play-off semi finals last season, before being let go at the end of his contract.

The adventure is not over yet though with the 31-year-old recently signing for National League side Aldershot Town. Where he is playing alongside current Charlton Athletic loanees James Vennings and Wassim Aouachria

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