He began his career at Braintree, going to
Ian Smith's Football School, Smith was a coach at Ipswich Town FC and
Scott was invited in for an eight week goalkeeping trial.
He impressed and was offered a two year contract at the age of
Scott stopped with Ipswich until
the age of twelve, afterwhich, family work commitments took them back to Nottingham.
It was arranged that Scott would train with Nottingham Forest FC
for the remainder of his Ipswich contract, Scott trained for a only few weeks
with Forest because Chesterfield FC signed him on a two year
But after a year at Chesterfield, they went into
administration and the youth team suffered by folding.
Scott then went on to play for ex-Forest player Colin Barrett's
under-16 side at Southwell United FC, at the age of only fourteen. Keith Wart, Lincoln City FC's scout spotted Scott and invited him in for a trial.
He signed a two year deal at Lincoln City FC, but was never
offered a professional contract. In his time at Lincoln, he spent time
away on loan to earn experience, with Bourne Town FC, Radcliffe Borough
FC, Boston Town FC, Spalding United FC, Stamford FC, Lincoln United FC,
Boston Town FC again, Gedling Miners Welfare FC and Grantham Town FC in
Scott then joined Watford FC in April 2006
for £50,000, turning professional in June 2006. Loach then went out on
loan to a variety of clubs to earn league experience, Stafford Rangers FC
(eleven league appearances),
Morecambe FC (two league appearances) and Bradford City FC
(twenty league appearances). He returned to Watford FC and gained 154
league appearances before returning to Ipswich Town FC on 19 July 2012,
he followed this up with a further 27 league appearances
and joined Rotherham United FC on 5 June 2014. After only four
league appearances, he was sent out on loan to
Bury FC on 10 November 2014 for two league appearances,
and to Yeovil Town FC on 2 March 2015 for another six league
outings. On 15 July 2015, Loach joined Notts County FC on a free