Ross MacLean



Ross MacLeanA product of the Motherwell Academy, midfielder Ross MacLean made his Motherwell debut as a 17 year old coming on as a 2nd half substitute in a 4-1 defeat against Dundee in January 2015.

Despite appearing on the bench occasionally the youngster wouldn’t make another first team appearance for well over a year later until he came off the bench to face Stranraer in the the newly revamped League Cup competition.

MacLean made his first start for the club in surprising circumstances, with the side facing somewhat of an injury crisis, he alongside Jack McMillan were pitched in from the start to face Celtic at Parkhead, despite showing up really well the Steelmen fell to a 2-0 defeat, another youngster in the shape Jake Hastie also made his debut, coming off the bench.

Ross would enjoy making a number of appearances during the 2016/17 season, he played fantastic in the reverse fixture at Fir Park against Celtic where he provided an inch perfect cross to Louis Moult who needed no invitation to score but ultimately the side fell to a 4-3 defeat. Just as it looked like he would cement a regular place around the squad his season was brought to an abrupt end through injury.

MacLean was a member of the talented group of youngsters who won the 2016 Scottish Youth Cup, dispatching Hearts 5-2 in the final at Hampden in impressive style.

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Ross MacLean
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Date of Birth:
13th March 1997
Place of Birth:
Bellshill
Position:
 Midfield
Nationality:
Scottish

Football Career:

Motherwell  2014  – 

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