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Jonathon Ross (footballer)

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Full name  Jonathon Ross
Current club  Retired
Years  Club
Position(s)  Key Position Utility
Number  39
Name  Jonathon Ross
Date of birth  (1973-11-03) 3 November 1973 (age 42)
Role  Australian Rules Footballer

Jonathon Ross (born 3 November 1973) is a former Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League. He played with the Adelaide Crows.

A well-built, strong key position player, Jonathon Ross had the potential to go far. However, his career was hampered by knee injuries and off-field drama and after playing 12 games in his debut season (1992) he managed just eight more games in the next four years. He was offered a chance at Collingwood but lost his place for disciplinary reasons.

Ross was sacked by the Magpies after being charged with unlawful assault, being drunk in a public place, four counts of assaulting police and resisting arrest shortly after arriving at the club.

He is the son of former St Kilda player Lester Ross.


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