MELBOURNE coaches Paul Satterley, Andrew Nichol and Aaron Greaves have not been offered new coaching contracts for 2014.
The development coaches were at the club for the past two seasons, having joined shortly after former coach Mark Neeld was appointed in September 2011.
Satterley was the forward line development coach, Nichol (backline) and Greaves (midfield).
They join Bulldog great and long time assistant coach Brian Royal, and 2010 Collingwood premiership player Leigh Brown as other Melbourne coaches to recently depart the club.
Satterley, formerly Werribee coach in the VFL, played with the Bulldogs reserves in the mid 1990s. Nichol, who played three matches with the Dogs in 1995, had previously been involved in coaching elite junior teams. Greaves previously coached the Geelong Falcons in 2010-11.
The Demons have started revamping their coaching set-up under Paul Roos for 2014, with dual North Melbourne premiership player Brett Allison and 2005 Sydney Swans premiership player Ben Mathews already part of the new look set-up.