The FA has accepted the resignation of Paul Elliott from all roles representing the organisation, it has announced.
It follows a conversation in which discriminatory abusive comments were allegedly made to former Charlton Athletic player Richard Rufus.
Elliott has resigned from his roles with The FA, as a member of the Association's Judicial Panel and as a nominated member of UEFA committees.
He has also left his role at Kick It Out.
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