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One would think the pair of owners aren’t welcome in Seattle.
Jed York, the owner of the San Francisco 49ers, is hated among 49ers fans because of just how clueless he is.
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So he built the team, year in and year out, to make money instead of win the World Series.
Scandals, incompetence, acting crazy, and simply saying the wrong thing can quickly cause fans to turn on the people who own their favorite teams.
Another Bay Area owner who fans detest: Mark Davis.
Although he may not have been bad enough to make this list until recently, Davis has always been a fairly inept owner.
Once a proud franchise and consistent Super Bowl contender, the team fell apart over recent years.
Here’s an excerpt that covers it pretty well, via Tim Kawakami of The Mercury News: York is the common denominator in every 49ers failure for a decade, he has signed off on every important decision, he has been unable and unwilling to keep the most talented people on staff, he has leaked information thoroughly and corrosively enough to make the 49ers a PR laughing stock, and he has overseen the demolition as the 49ers as a competitive team and NFL brand name.