GRAEME Bennett has stood down as vice chairman at Caley Thistle
, insisting it was a move due in part to "growing reservations" he
has about the make up of the boardroom at Inverness.
At the club's annual general meeting on Wednesday night, it was announced to shareholders that Bennett
had requested he
did not want to be considered for re-election.
In a statement released last night, former Caley Thistle
was leaving, citing concerns he
has with some of the club's hierarchy.
"I am standing down from the board with a huge number of happy memories from my playing days right through to the various posts I held as a director," he
"I am leaving the club on good terms, but I have to say that my decision has been prompted by growing reservations about the boardroom mix and the influence that is having.
"As the club moves into a new era under a new manager and in its highest-ever league position, I would want to wish it all the best for the future."
A Caley Thistle
player in the 90s, Bennett
went on to have a spell as manager of Clach
, before returning to the club as director of football in February 2000.
now leaves the board as the longest serving director after almost 12 years, most of that period spent as director of football and vice chairman.
CALEY Thistle fans, what do you think of Graeme Bennett's
comments regarding the boardroom at Inverness.