The pair joined the north London club as coaches under the 65-year-old and have now followed him out of the door at White Hart LaneTottenham Hotspur have officially announced the departures of assistant manager Kevin Bond and first-team coach Joe Jordan.
The pair follow manager Harry Redknapp out of the door at White Hart Lane after the 65-year-old was sacked by chairman Daniel Levy two weeks ago.
An announcment on the club's official website said: "We can now formally confirm that Kevin Bond and Joe Jordan have left the club following Harry Redknapp's departure as manager.
"Kevin and Joe joined after Harry's appointment in 2008. We should like to thank them for their contribution and achievements during their time at the club and wish them all the best for the future."
Redknapp brought both men to north London upon his appointment in October 2008 as Juande Ramos' successor, with Bond joining immediately and Jordan following on November 7.
Bond had previously worked as a coach and assistant to Redknapp at Portsmouth before taking on a similar role at Newcastle under Glenn Roeder during a four-month spell which ended in September 2006.
He then took over as Bournemouth manager in October but was sacked two years later - just four games into the 2008/09 season - before reuniting with Redknapp at Spurs.
Jordan also worked with the 65-year-old at Pompey and left Fratton Park to join his former south coast cohort in London.