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April 18, 1946,

Bo’ness, West Lothian

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February 1st 1966

A traditional winger capable of producing magical moments, Stewart Scullion dazzled the Watford faithful during a six-year spell with the club before joining Sheffield United in the First Division.


Scullion’s stunning 25-yard strike against European champions Manchester United was a standout moment in his time in Hertfordshire. A move to First Division side Sheffield United was completed in 1971 however, by 1973 Scullion had re-joined Watford.


Following his transfer, Scullion returned to the Hornets side with a devastating impact, scoring seven goals in 28 league games. He went onto make a total of 312 league appearances for the Golden Boys, scoring 49 goals in the process.