Bristol City coach Jim McIntyre leaves Ashton Gate
The changing of the guard continued at Ashton Gate today with coach Jim McIntyre leaving Bristol City by mutual consent.
Recruited by former manager Derek McInnes last year, the Scot assisted new head cach Sean O'Driscoll in his first game in charge at Leeds United last week.
But the appointment of Richard O'Kelly as first team coach earlier this weeks means there is no longer a role for McIntyre at Ashton Gate.
The former Dunfermline boss said: "I had a great time working at the club and would like to thank everyone there, as well as the supporters."
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Football managing director Jon Lansdown said: "We thank Jim for his professionalism over the last few months and also recognise his work in helping us stay in the Championship at the back end of last season .Everyone at the club wishes him well for the future."
O'Driscoll has no immediate plans to make any further changes to his backroom staff.