D.O.B: 21 August 1983
Club: Celtic FC
Scott began his career with the famed Gippsland Falcons in 1998 where he became the club's youngest ever player when he made his full first team debut, aged just 14.
In 2001, Scott started off as a trainee with Southampton where he only managed one first team start and two appearances as a substitute, being loaned to Huddersfield Town and Bournemouth where again he had chances to play first team football. Upon reaching the end of his contract with Southampton he signed for the MK Dons on a rolling monthly contract.
After joining Motherwell in 2004, McDonald famously scored two late goals against Celtic at the end of season 2004-05 to deny them the Scottish Premier League championship.
Scott fulfilled his life-long dream this year by signing a three year deal with Celtic. Scott believes the move to Celtic will help him with his international career, though he is taking nothing for granted in that regard or to where he will fit in at Celtic.
Scott is a full Australian international who also represented Australia at 3 Under 17 and 20 World Cups culminating in being selected as captain of Australia at the Under 20 World Cup in UAE in 2004. He is a fast, strong physical player that creates scoring opportunities for his team mates as well as scoring plenty himself.