Sir Roy Gardner is no longer director of Plymouth Argyle
SIR Roy Gardner is no longer a director of Plymouth Argyle, having had his appointment officially terminated.
Companies House, which registers information on businesses in the UK, confirmed that Sir Roy is no longer director of Plymouth Argyle Football Company Ltd or Plymouth Argyle Football Company (Holdings) Ltd.
Listings on the Companies House database state that Sir Roy's appointment as director of the two PAFC companies was terminated on January 21.
At the end of December Sir Roy quit his role as chairman and director of the club in protest at the treatment of his long-term business associate Keith Todd, who had been ousted from his role as Argyle executive director.
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The termination documents list Sir Roy's resignation date as December 27, 2010.
A club spokesman said: "We can confirm that Sir Roy Gardner has severed his ties with the club.
"Sir Roy, who joined the board as Chairman in July 2009, is no longer on the board of Plymouth Argyle Football Company Ltd or Plymouth Argyle Football Company (Holdings) Ltd."
Sir Roy, former chairman of Manchester United, joined Argyle in 2009. The 65-year-old has held top jobs with British Gas, Centrica, Compass, Connaught and Spice.