More jobs have been cut at debt-hit Portsmouth prior to a meeting intended to pave the way for the club to exit administration.
Four staff have been made redundant, with club ambassador Linvoy Primus one of those believed to have departed.
Portsmouth's administrator Trevor Birch meets with creditors today.
There were 30 redundancies at the club, £58m in debt, in February. Pompey were relegated to League One on Saturday.
The meeting should see the formation of a creditors' committee to represent the views of those owed money by the club.
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