Former Leeds United and Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale has confirmed that he will not become permanently involved with Plymouth Argyle.
Ridsdale has been advising the financially troubled outfit on ways of solving their debt problems.
"As soon as the areas in which I am continuing to work have been completed, I will no longer be involved in the club," said Ridsdale in a statement.
Argyle faced a winding-up order over a £760,000 debt to HM Revenue & Customs.
Earlier this month a High Court judge granted the club and a related company, Home Park Properties, 63 days to clear their debts.
Ridsdale has been advising the Pilgrims on their financial plight and there have been claims the former Leeds United and Cardiff City chairman could have been employed in a full-time role at Home Park.
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