Gloucester Rugby have confirmed that skills coach Rory Teague will leave the Gallagher Premiership club.
Teague, who previously played for Gloucester in the 2003/04 season joined them as skills coach in November 2018 but now will leave the club following the departures of Johan Ackermann and David Humphreys.
The 35-year-old had previously worked with England as skills coach and also was part of the coaching panel with Bordeaux Begles.
“I would personally like to thank Gloucester Rugby for affording me the opportunity to coach at the club that I grew up supporting and have always loved," said in a statement released by the club.
“I would like to wish Gloucester Rugby and George Skivington the best of luck for the completion of the current season and beyond.
"I am confident with the squad Gloucester have, and the passionate supporters behind them, that success over the next few seasons will return to this great club.”
The Cherry and Whites also confirmed that South African lock Gerbrandt Grobler will be leaving Gloucester at the end of his contract.
Grobler joined Gloucester in 2018 and has started 23 times for the club and is now set to move to French club Stade Francais.