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Former Rangers and Wolves defender Maurice Ross leaves Notts County five weeks after starting as assistant manager... as he apologises for mystery 'ill-judged comment' following bust-up with a player Maurice Ross has left Notts County just five weeks after arriving as a coach The ex-Scotland international has left after bust-up with a player at weekend Ross has apologised for 'ill-judged comment' and says he is 'devastated' 

By Ben Nagle for MailOnline

Published: 08:57 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 17:10 BST, 4 May 2021

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Former Rangers and Wolves full-back Maurice Ross has resigned from his role as Notts County assistant manager following a bust-up with a player, just five weeks after starting his new role.

The 40-year-old has been a coach for eight years after hanging up his boots at a young age, but was only brought in to Notts County just over a month ago in a bid to boost their promotion hopes.

That has failed spectacularly though, with Ross immediately coming out to apologise for a mysterious 'ill-judged comment' made to an unnamed player during the draw at Altrincham at the weekend.

Maurice Ross (right) has left Notts County just five weeks after arriving following a bust-up

Maurice Ross (right) has left Notts County just five weeks after arriving following a bust-up

In a statement, the ex-Scotland international said: 'During Saturday's match at Altrincham, I made an ill-judged comment to a member of our playing staff

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