The Wests Tigers have reportedly parted company with assistant coach Rod Reddy, as Jason Taylor continues cleaning out the NRL club on and off the field.
According to Fairfax Media, Reddy - a former St George great who played 17 Tests for Australia - joins a growing exodus that includes NYC coach Brett Kimmorley, fellow assistant Matt Cameron, NSW Cup mentor Paul Fletcher and at least a dozen players deemed surplus to requirements.
Former South Sydney halfback Willie Peters, who has enjoyed success coaching the Rabbitohs in the lower grades, is set to be the the under-20s coach, while Taylor's former Parramatta teammate Paul Stringer will cover some NSW Cup and NRL work.
"We're looking at a restructure of our coaching staff comes together," Taylor told Fairfax.
"With some adjustments in NSW Cup going forward and where the NYC competition fits, we felt we wanted to be on top of things there.
"It's important we get it right."