MILLWALL U23 boss Justin Skinner has left the club.
Millwall made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon, and Skinner departs with his young Lions side in second place in the southern section of the Professional Development League.
Skinner was named Elite Development Squad manager in June 2015 as part of the restructuring at the club at underage level following the appointment of former U21 manager Neil Harris as first-team boss. Skinner led them to the Professional Development League Two play-offs last season.
Skinner is the second coach in a year to leave Harris' senior backroom team. Former Lions defender Andy Frampton, also appointed in the summer of 2015, quit in February of last season. Skinner had taken his place in Harris' senior set-up.
In a statement Millwall said: "Justin has decided to move on and try different challenges elsewhere and everyone at Millwall wishes him the very best as he embarks on a new chapter in his career."
Academy boss Scott Fitzgerald will take over the U23s until the end of the season.
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