Date: 16th February 2016 at 12:30pm
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Millwall yesterday confirmed the unfortunate departure of Andy Frampton from the backroom staff.

The 36 year old played for the club between 2997 and 2011 taking in 102 starts and a further nine appearances for the bench, and following his retirement from football and the proverbial hanging up of the boots, he returned as a coach over the summer – taking in a role that saw him work with the first team as well as the Academy sides.

He has had to step back from that role owing to family reasons unfortunately.

Elite Development Squad boss Justin Skinner has stepped up the first team role in his absence over the last three games, and he will now continue to assist Neil Harris and Dave Livermore for the remainder of the season.

Speaking to the official site Harris said of his departure.

‘Unfortunately Andy has had to leave the club because of family reasons. He has done a terrific job since coming in as a coach last summer, and he will be missed, but I completely respect his decision to spend time with his family.’

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