“He’s been great in my time here but I want to bring in a few new faces" says boss as coach moves on
First-team coach Matt Gill has left Ipswich Town.
The former Norwich and Peterborough midfielder joined the Club in November 2018 as part of Paul Lambert’s coaching team.
Matt, who took charge of the first-team for the win over Accrington at the start of March, follows goalkeeping coach, Jimmy Walker, out of Portman Road as manager Paul Cook looks to establish a new backroom team for next season.
“I had a chat with Matt yesterday and he knows how the game works,” Town boss Paul Cook told the Club website.
“He’s been great in my time here but I want to bring in a few new faces ahead of the new season and he understands that.
“We wish him all the best for the future and thank him for the service he has given Ipswich Town over the last two and a half years.”