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Mark O'Neill resigns from Wests Tigers

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Wests Tigers football manager Mark O'Neill has resigned from the NRL club in the wake of misconduct allegations.

The Tigers released a statement on Friday saying the 2005 premiership player had left the club.

O'Neill took up the support role with the Tigers in February.

"Wests Tigers can confirm that Mark O'Neill has resigned from his position as General Manager - Football effective today," the statement read.

"The Board of Wests Tigers is fully committed to ensuring the club is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and seeks to promote an environment that supports diversity, productivity and professionalism.

"All employees have the right to be treated fairly and with respect.

"Discrimination and harassment will not be tolerated and the Board will not excuse misconduct in any circumstances.

Allegations had been levelled at O'Neill that he had acted inappropriately with a female staff member at a club end of season celebration.

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