AB Zondagh has left his position as assistant attack coach in Gregor Townsend’s Scotland coaching set-up.
Scottish Rugby announced the change on Monday with a short tweet thanking him for his work in the role.
It read: “AB Zondagh has left his position as Scotland assistant coach for family reasons and to pursue opportunities. We wish him all the best and thank him for his contribution since joining in 2021.”
Zondagh had moved to Scotland from Toulouse in August 2021, replacing Mike Blair in the national team’s backroom staff after Mike Blair took on the head coach job at Edinburgh Rugby.
There have been recent reports linking Zondagh with a coaching role at Lyon.
Scotland’s Six Nations campaign begins on February 4 when they face England at Twickenham. It remains to be seen if Townsend will add to his coaching staff before the tournament begins.