Rotherham United can confirm that first team/development coach Jon Hill has left the club by mutual consent.
Jon joined the Millers from Exeter City in October 2022 and helped the Millers to secure their Sky Bet Championship status in the 2022/23 campaign.
The former Manchester United, Fulham and Wigan Athletic operator will now depart AESSEAL New York Stadium to pursue new opportunities, after it was mutually agreed to end his stay in South Yorkshire.
First team boss Matt Taylor was quick to place on-record his thanks to his outgoing coach and stressed work is already under way to appoint his replacement.
He told www.themillers.co.uk:
“On behalf of everyone at the football club I would like to say a huge thank you to Jon for his contribution here and wish him nothing but the best for whatever comes next."
“He’s someone that myself and Wayne knew and trusted from our time together at Exeter City and his experience and knowledge played a big part in last season’s success.
“We are incredibly grateful for everything Jon has done for us, and the role he has played in the development of our young players. Jon will remain a close contact of the club and we wish him well in his next adventure."
“We’ve already identified the individual we want to replace Jon and if everything goes to plan, we will have them with us for the start of pre-season.”
Everyone at Rotherham United would like to thank Jon for his effort and commitment whilst with the club and take this opportunity to wish him all the best for the future.