49ers’ Fans To Roast Jed York With Airplane Banner At Levi’s Stadium

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The Forever Faithful are frustrated, embarrassed, and angry. Enough is enough said lifelong San Francisco 49ers fan Conor McGuire, who has now opened up a Go Fund Me campaign aimed at ousting 49ers Jed York as the team’s CEO.

McGuire and a few friends decided to start this campaign simply because they feel that the 49ers organization is a ‘joke.’

The 49ers fan base have been trolling York all season long — whether using shameless memes or attacking him via social media, York has been feeling the wrath of the 49ers fan base.

“Me and a few buddies are lifelong Niner fans that simply will not stand for this Jed York debauchery. He is a clown in every sense of the word and is ruining what was once one of the proudest franchises in sports,” McGuire told me.

McGuire said that they plan to fly the banner before kickoff on Nov. 29th against the Arizona Cardinals — however, there may be more flyby’s as McGuire and company plan to make this a routine event.

“We have started a go fund me account to have an aerial banner flown over Levi’s before the Cardinals game on the 29th, assuming this is successful we plan to raise more money for another banner or attempt to possibly hold a rally at some capacity.”

Ryan is the Founder/CEO of NinerFans.com, 49ers Beat Writer, Live Game Day Correspondent for Bleacher Report and member of Pro Football Writers of America. Born and raised in San Jose, he also graduated from San Diego State University. His work has been featured on NFL Network, 95.7 The Game, National Football Post, Sports Illustrated, FanSided Network, ESPN Radio, CBS Sports 810, and NBC Bay Area News. For more information, please contact him via email at ryan@NinerFans.com or call him at (408) 622-0996.