Swansea City accused of ignoring supporters trust as relations sour

• Fans group complains US takeover has left them ‘bypassed’
• Huw Jenkins under fire after profiting from selling Swansea stake

The supporters’ trust at Swansea City, for years praised as a model club run as a partnership with fans, has angrily criticised the chairman, Huw Jenkins, and other former shareholders for making millions of pounds by selling to US investors.

The trust owns 21% of the club and worked with Jenkins and a small group of other shareholders to rescue Swansea from crisis in 2002. The trust’s board complains that they were “bypassed” when the sale happened in June.

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