Maurice Ross has landed a new role in coaching, with the former Motherwell and Wolves man moving to the National League as Notts County assistant.
The former Scotland international featured for Rangers at the start of his career, then playing for Sheffield Wednesday, Wolves, and Millwall before spells overseas and short stints with Aberdeen, Motherwell and Livingston ended his career.
Since retiring, the former Wolves midfielder has coached in Scandinavia and was recently Motherwell first-team coach under Stephen Robinson and Graham Alexander for a short spell before leaving earlier this year.
Ian Burchnall has been named as Notts County head coach and Ross joins him as assistant, the new man in the dugout having previously managed in Scandinavia with Ostersund FK. Notts County sit sixth in the National League.
On the appointment, Notts County owners Chris and Alex Reedtz said: “We are tremendously excited to welcome Ian to the role of head coach. As part of our ongoing extensive research, we compile detailed profiles of many different coaches and Ian stands out as an outstanding prospect.