Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon has begun restructuring his backroom team at Easter Road, with first-team coaches Gareth Evans and Alistair Stevenson on Monday told to leave the club.
Fenlon was confirmed as successor to Colin Calderwood last Friday and watched on from the stands as Hibs put in an abject display in losing 3-1 at St Johnstone 24 hours later, with Billy Brown taking charge for the game.
The future of Brown, assistant manager under Calderwood and then caretaker, is still to be confirmed, but Evans and Stevenson have departed.
A statement on the club's official website, www.hibernianfc.co.uk, read: "Hibernian FC today confirmed that first-team coaches Gareth Evans and Alistair Stevenson had been relieved of their duties and will leave the club with immediate effect as new manager Pat Fenlon starts to build his own coaching team.
"On behalf of everyone at the club, the board would like to record their sincere thanks for the commitment, dedication and professionalism that both Gareth and Alistair have demonstrated in their time at Hibernian, and wish them all the very best in their future careers.
"Further updates will be published on the club website as appropriate."
Meanwhile, all tickets for the January 2 Edinburgh derby will be managed by Hibs.
Hibs will handle away ticket sales "in line with other Category A fixtures at Easter Road Stadium".