Dundee United accept resignation of youth chief Stevie Campbell
Campbell helped bring Ryan Gauld and John Souttar through the Tannadice ranks.
Dundee United have accepted the resignation of the club's director of youth Stevie Campbell.
The 47-year-old was suspended from his role in August as the Scottish Premiership club carried out their own internal investigation.
Now the Tannadice board have decided to accept the former Dundee defender's decision to walk away from his job.
Campbell was credited with helping bring young talents Ryan Gauld, Stuart Armstrong and John Souttar through the ranks.
In a statement, Dundee United said: "Following the statement issued on behalf of Stevie Campbell on Sunday 8th November, the Board of Dundee United Football Club can confirm that it has accepted his resignation.
"The board is disappointed that Mr Campbell chose to resign with immediate effect rather than attend an internal meeting to consider the club’s concerns scheduled for yesterday morning (Wednesday 11th November).
"The board note the suggestion that Mr Campbell may raise proceedings against the club in an Employment Tribunal. His allegations are entirely rejected and the club will robustly defend any claim if required to do so."
Campbell previously worked with Dundee and Inverness CT's coaching set-ups.