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Chief executive officer resigns from Inverness Caledonian Thistle

By SPP Reporter

Inverness Caledonian Thistle chief executive officer Yvonne Crook has resigned from the club after 10 months in the role.

Mrs Crook joined the club in May as part of ICT's restructure as it looked to become a more community focused club.

In the six months before her appointment, she had been advising the board of directors to set out the club’s vision for the future and prepare a business plan to place the club in a stronger position to attract future investment and funding.

Club chairman Graham Rae said it was with regret that the board of directors had accepted the resignation of Mrs Crook.

He said: “Mrs Crook was an energetic and creative lead officer for the club.

"Her tireless efforts to run the business and attract new investment were greatly appreciated by directors of the club, who collectively wish her well in whichever direction her future career takes her.”

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