Sheffield United chairman Prince Musaad Bin Khalid Al Saud has resigned from his post for private causes, the membership has introduced.
The 28-year-old grew to become the youngest chairman of the Premier League when he was appointed by his father-in-law, membership proprietor Prince Abdullah bin Mosa´advert bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in September 2019.
Prince Musaad leaves as the Blades sit on the backside of the Premier League with 14 points from 31 video games – with the potential for their decline confirmed on Saturday.
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“It has been an actual pleasure and a privilege to chair this great membership and I’ve all the time sought to uphold the values of the membership and act as a real keeper,” he said in an announcement.
“To say I am disappointed with how issues turned out this season is an understatement. I’ve great religion that now we have a shiny future and I look forward to seeing everybody back in Bramall Lane in good well being and shouting on our Blades. ”
Last month manager Chris Wilder left his function after 5 years in workplace, when he guided them from League One to the Premier League.
Club proprietor Prince Abdullah said: “On behalf of the board of directors, I thank Prince Musaad for his efforts, he has made a worthwhile contribution to the event of the football membership.”
Vice chair Yusuf Giansiracusa will take on the function of interim chair.