Dineen steps down as vice chairman of Swansea after 18 years of service

1 November 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Dineen, who is no longer a shareholder, remains as Chairman of the club’s Community Trust and the Swans Ladies team.

Leigh Dineen has stepped down from his position as vice chairman of Swansea City.

Dineen first got involved in the club in 2001 and has been vice chairman since 2002.

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Swansea City confirm that Leigh Dineen has stepped down from his position as the club's vice chairman.

Dineen has been a major part of the club's upward trend since 2001, when he got involved in the club as one of the founding members of the Swansea City Supporters' Trust, which helped take control of the club following "the traumatic Tony Petty ownership years," as the club describe them.

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