Paul Robinson has left his role as Millwall first-team coach by mutual consent.
The former West Brom and Birmingham City defender joined Gary Rowett’s backroom team in July 2021.
The Lions appointed Joe Edwards as their new head coach on Monday and the 37-year-old has brought in Andy Myers from Chelsea to assist him. Adam Barrett, who had been number two to Rowett, is retained on Edwards’ coaching staff.
Alex Aldridge, director of football operations and recruitment, told Millwall’s website: “I would like to personally thank Paul for all his incredible hard work and dedication throughout his time at Millwall.
“The impact of his work will be felt by the players he worked with closely for the rest of their careers, and no doubt the staff at Calmont Road too.
“Paul has a long coaching career ahead of him and we wish him the very best for the future.”
Robinson added: “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Millwall working with a very special set of players and staff behind-the-scenes.
“Collectively we achieved some great things and there is no doubt progress has been made on and off the pitch.
“I wish the new management team and the club every success for the future.”
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