Jed York sent an email to Levi’s Stadium season ticket holders on Monday evening discussing how “a change was made” yesterday. Here’s what it says:
Not much in this email stands out besides two parts.
1. “Change is often accompanied by skepticism, and I respect your right to have questions. Ultimately, the decisions we make as an organization will be judged by their results, and the best way to answer concerns is by putting a championship product on the field.”
Hey, I know you have questions, but I have no answers, so just trust that we’ll win a Super Bowl next year and keep on cheerin’. Deal?
2. “In 1977, my grandfather brought our family to the 49ers” is a really delicate way of saying his grandpa bought the team.
The season ticket holder who forwarded this is pretty upset about how the “mutual agreement” between the 49ers and Jim Harbaugh went down, and the email isn’t helping his mood.
“I think it’s a complete joke and got more & more pissed off as I was reading it. Thinking of writing a letter to them, but what’ll change? I feel duped as a season ticket holder honestly. I seriously want to ask him if he had told Santa Clara voters his plans before the stadium was built, does he think it would’ve still passed and got built.”