The seventeen-year-old attacker, who has excelled in wide-positions this season, has signed a new contract that will tie him to Lesser Hampden until mid-2025 and he has become a permanent member of the Young Queen’s Park squad.
Timam joined the Queen’s Park Academy in 2021 after starting out at the Forth Valley Football Academy before having a spell at Rangers FC with the attacker determined to make an impact in Black and White Hoops.
Timan Scott said: “I am really happy to sign a professional contract with Queen’s Park FC as it is a club with great ambition for the future. I cannot wait to be more part of it and have an impact.
“I am looking forward to continuing my development here and becoming a better player.”
Queen’s Park FC’s Director of Football Marijn Beuker reckons that Scott has good qualities for an attacker as he explained: “Timam is a Glasgow boy who has been developing rapidly with us over the last three seasons. The fact that he has now extended his contract is great and we are very happy with that.
“Timam has shown for some time that he is a talented boy who can make things happen and not depend on his teammates to do that. He can create chances himself, is fast and technically skilled. Those are good qualities for an attacker”.