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Swansea chief Dineen calls for Premier League to slash ticket prices

Swansea City vice-chairman Leigh Dineen has called on the Premier League to slash ticket prices.

Dineen said he would like to cut huge amounts off all ticket prices for City's fans, including season tickets, and believes other clubs could do the same due to the £5.5billion of TV riches pouring into the Premier League in the current three-year TV deal 'cycle'.

He said: "We'd love to substantially decrease ticket prices for all of our fans but we'd be less competitive. It could only happen if all Premier League clubs agreed to the same reductions. The German model with low ticket prices is great and something we could look towards in our league."

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