Wright leaves MK Dons role

Former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright has left his coaching role at MK Dons.

Last Updated: 25/06/13 at 16:52

Ian Wright: Unable to commit to a full-time role

Ian Wright: Unable to commit to a full-time role

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Wright joined manager Karl Robinson's staff last summer and was unveiled at a press conference alongside assistant manager Mick Harford, who left the League One club a fortnight ago.

Wright coached the Dons first team but the 49-year-old is unable to continue in the role. However, he will still work with the club on an ad-hoc basis next season.

Wright's departure is another part of the shake-up of the backroom team in Milton Keynes which this week also saw former Aldershot and Wycombe boss Gary Waddock join the Dons as head of coaching.

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