Newly appointed Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has dropped former Blues teammate Carlo Cudicini from his backroom staff ahead of the news.
Former Chelsea midfielder Lampard was named as the replacement for Maurizio Sarri earlier this weekend.
Lampard is the new Chelsea manager after his confirmation as the man to replace Italian tactician Sarri who is currently with Juventus.
Sarri has signed a three-year deal as the new Juventus manager this summer after leaving Chelsea at the end of the last campaign.
Just like Sarri, Frank Lampard also signed a three-year deal as the new Chelsea manager with yearly wages of £4.5m.
Upon his confirmation as the new Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard revealed that he would be working with the quartet of Jody Morris, Chris Jones, Joe Edwards and Eddie Newton.
Hilario has been the goalkeeping coach on the preseason tour of Chelsea.
Frank Lampard and his Chelsea players are in Dublin as they prepare for the new season.
Carlo Cudicini was part of the Chelsea technical team under Maurizio Sarri and he remains an employee of the West London giants despite the exit of Sarri.
Italian coach and former club shot stopper Cudicini was listed as a first team management staff on the Chelsea website earlier on Monday.