Andy Liddell has been shown the door at Rotherham United as manager Andy Scott opens the way for a backroom reshuffle.
Liddell was made caretaker manager, along with Paul Warne, after the departure of Ronnie Moore in March and was in charge for four matches until Scott’s appointment in April.
Scott praised Liddell’s contribution for his help after he took over.
“He was fantastic for me and the transition for me coming in here was seamless because of the work of Andy and Paul Warne,” said Scott.
“I thank him for his efforts for the club and I know the Chairman and the Chief Operating Officer were delighted with his work too.”
Liddell, who played for Sheffield United and Barnsley, joined the Millers in 2009, but played only a few times before suffering an injury which ended his first team days.
He went onto the coaching staff and last season was in charge of the reserves.