Alan McLoughlin has left as a Pompey first-team coach.
The Blues legend was today told the club are seeking an alternative candidate with more coaching experience.
McLoughlin had previously served in the role under Guy Whittingham, Richie Barker and then current boss Andy Awford.
It leaves Paul Hardyman assisting Awford, with the club now exploring new coaching options.
Joined Pompey for £400,000 – February 17, 1992
Left for Wigan for £260,000 – December 9, 1999
Pompey appearances: 361
Pompey goals: 69
Republic of Ireland caps: 42 (two goals)
Becomes youth coach in July 2011
Becomes first-team coach inJuly 2013