Bravo spent two-and-a-half years at Leeds United.
Leeds United fans are reacting to the news that Ivan Bravo has left Elland Road.
A document, which emerged on the Companies House website on Thursday, showed the termination of Bravo's appointment.
And on another page, it was revealed that the Spaniard has departed of his own accord.
Leeds later issued a statement via the club's official website, clarifying the above, adding that Bravo has resigned 'to focus on his other responsibilities and will always be welcome at Elland Road'.
Bravo's exit comes just three months after he, along with the American businessman, David S. Blitzer, bought the Spanish second division side, AD Alcorcón.
Previously the director of strategy at Real Madrid, the owner of Qatar's renowned Aspire academy - to which Leeds are linked - was brought to Elland Road by the Whites owner Andrea Radrizzani in May 2017.
But few of a Leeds persuasion, it seems, are too concerned by yesterday's announcement.
Such a shame, those links with Aspire Academy were so beneficial!— Jon (@JATB1990) October 3, 2019
Many were excited by this (Real Madrid) but what did it actually achieve in the end? A shit link with Cultural Leonesa?— Kurtis Steele (@FaxBrony) October 3, 2019
Clearing the way for someone new— Art Vandelay (@artvandelay2015) October 3, 2019
Incoming investment?— London.Leeds (@london_leeds) October 3, 2019
Still can't get my head around the deals for Ideguchi and Bouy who signed and then went straight to Spain to not play? A waste of time and talent regarding Ideguchi but Bouy has been useless— Doc Esq.... (@333doc1) October 4, 2019
Best contribution he's done so far is that he's now gone— James (@YorkshireJAMES1) October 3, 2019
He made no contribution whatsoever! What happened to all those Aspire academy links that were promised?— Jon (@JATB1990) October 3, 2019
Only with leeds for his own gain— Josh Stone (@Joshstone23) October 3, 2019
What did he actually do here?— ZL (@lufcZxch) October 3, 2019
Qatari links out of the window then.— ㄥㄩ千匚 丨几匚 (@LUFCInc) October 3, 2019
It remains to be seen whether or not Leeds intend to appoint a successor to Bravo.
The Companies House website lists Radrizzani, Angus Kinnear, Paraag Marathe and Andre Tegner as directors of the Championship club.
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