Some news that many FC Dallas fans have been curious about all winter long. The club announced Wednesday that CEO and president Doug Quinn is officially stepping down from his role with the club.
Quinn has been on a leave of absence since November.
According to the club, the decision was to also allow him to spend more time with his family.
"After much consideration, I have decided to resign from FC Dallas to spend more time with my two beautiful daughters," Quinn said. "I will be forever grateful to Clark and the Hunt family for giving me an opportunity to lead this great franchise, and I sincerely appreciate the hard work and dedication shown every day by the FC Dallas family."
Dan Hunt, vice president of Hunt Sports Group, will continue his leadership role with the club and the team will immediately begin searching for a new president.
This marks the end of an ugly chapter to the offseason story for FC Dallas.