|Date of birth
4 December 1958 |
|Place of birth
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Dean White (born 4 December 1958 in Hastings) is an English former professional association football player.
His clubs included Millwall, and Gillingham, for whom he made over 100 Football League appearances.
After ending his playing career, White moved onto coaching and managing. He became joint first team manager of Hastings Town after the then chairman, Mark Gardiner had sacked Garry Wilson after their exit from the FA Trophy. The White cousins then managed the team through to the Sussex Senior Challenge Cup final, where the team beat Burgess Hill Town 2-1 at the Broadfield Stadium. In February 2009 he was appointed caretaker manager of Brighton and Hove Albion, following the departure of Micky Adams. He left Brighton in November 2009.
His son Ben also joined Gillingham, but failed to make the first team.