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Andrew Ross
Versatile 23 year-old player who can fill in either in midfield or defence and made his St Albans City debut as a last minute substitute during the Saints 2-0 Conference South victory over Dorchester Town on 4 March 2006.

Born in Irvine, Scotland, he moved south to sign for Chelsea where he progressed through to the Reserves and played alongside his new Saints team mate Scott Cousins. Although captain of the Reserves he moved back north to join Partick Thistle on 22 May 2003 without breaking into the first team at Stamford Bridge. Scored once in 19 Scottish League Division One appearances for Patrick.

Joined the Saints earlier this month after a spell in Australia playing for Melbourne club Richmond.

Since returning to this country has takn up employment as a coach at David Beckham's Academy in Greenwich.

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Andrew Ross's playing record
Season Started. Used Sub. Goals Yellows Reds
Season 2005-06 0 4 0 0 0
Total 0 4 0 0 0
By season | In opening squad | Substituted in | Goals | Yellow cards | Red cards
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