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he may be a well paid Niner player, but he does look like an immature big baby. he'll go far in life and get away with more while still in the NFL
Who in the hell gives 2 shats about the Santa Clara 49ers???? No one in SF!
The "SF 49ers" haven't been a party of the City or a long time. Their headquarters and training camp is in Santa Clara. You never see any current 49ers doing something for the community of SF. Unlike when Joe and Steve played. The current roster (colin, etc.) its all "what's in it for me"
No he didn't get special treatment. This is what all famous people get when they go before a judge.
The only "checker" in Frank Lee's past is that his spanish teacher didn't like him. John Lee is about as upstanding as it gets. But like Ari, I couldn't be happier with Ken Peralta at SHC. People will love to play for him. So what if you have to take a school bus to practice? Bee Eff Dee. Be dedicated. Go Irish!
Oh Reality Check....One last item, I think you're talking about KNTV ch.4 that is located in San Jose, and I agree totally with you about them. BUT KPIX is JUST as BAD about all their raving on the south bay, they need to pick up & move their operation South on 101...I personally have NO interest in the South Bay News....Its the suburbs to me.
KPIX actually has a Reporter who complains about the weather in the City, well go get a job in Arizona....Most of us live in the City because we LOVE the cooler weather! San Jose might be the 10th Largest City in the US due to population, but San Francisco is a Major City in the US, and is internationally known. You have just been read KPIX, KTVU, & KGO...
Reality Check, I agree with you except for the Parking, Traffic, and Transit is going to be a big issue for this Venue's location in Santa Clara! Also note that No Elected Official from SF went to this Stadium's opening Ceremony from the one from the City of San Francisco...You the City that the team in Name ONLY is named for, that speaks Volumes. There are very hard feelings towards the teams Ownership, and the City of Santa Clara, that are not going to go away soon...
This is pathetic, drop the SF LOGO from your team Mr. York, our City does not appreciate being p-i-m-p-e-d out, by an ownership that NEVER embraced, or even likes San Francisco...
When the local CBS (Chanel 5) affiliate moved from SF to San Jose, I stopped watching. It stopped being a "local" station to me. Same with the 49ers' move to Santa Clara. No longer my home town team. I'm a City person with no car (by choice). You've built a new stadium far from San Francisco surrounded by acres of parking and with no realistic way for fans to get there via public transportation. I wish the 49's nothing but success in their fabulous sprawling suburban-style stadium. But it has nothing to do with SF other than the name.
John Lee - the by-product of a Sacred Heart family gone wrong.
Look at his brothers, Frank (an SFPD cop with a checkered past), Rich Lee, a pathetic drunk who could barely hold the door open when he worked at the Hyatt Regency, and their cousin, the embattled Patrick Daly, who, after only two years as the first lay principal at Archbishop Riordan High School, was dismissed after several embarrassing miscues and a record of incompetence.
The common denominator? Former Sacred Heart High School head coach Ed Cota (AKA SFPD Officer Fajita Gate) who led the hapless IRISH to a string of losing seasons only to betray his players and the school he claimed to love a few years later as an assistant coach at cross-town rival, Saint Ignatius College Prep.
Good riddance? That's an understatement. This tribe of hooligans should be left nowhere near a football field, let alone any where near positions of leadership that involve young people. Sacred Heart's loss is truly Riordan's downfall.
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