Portsmouth chief executive Peter Storrie has decided to leave his post at the crisis-hit club.
A statement from the club's administrator Andrew Andronikou revealed Storrie had left "in the best interests of the club" after speaking with family and friends, although he will continue to advise them in a consultancy role.
Storrie had taken a 40% pay cut after 85 of the club's staff were made redundant earlier this week as Andronikou sought to cut costs.
Storrie will be "remunerated accordingly" for working with Pompey on a range of matters, including the sale of the club, the FA Cup semi-final arrangements and other projects.
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