FORMER Keith chairman Sandy Stables has ended his long association with the Scottish Football Association.
Stables (68) has stepped down from the SFA after more than 25 years at the top table of Scottish football.
He said: "I have thoroughly enjoyed the role and met a lot of nice people."
Stables became an SFA Council member in 1989 and has held a number of positions since then.
He was chairman of Keith FC as the club won six Highland League championships.
Read the full interview with Stables in the Banffshire Herald on Friday, July 28.