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i have a friend who has been a 49ers season ticket holder for about 25 years now and he is also friends with john york, 49ers owner. he was telling me in a phone conversation earlier that york was talking with him about a stadium deal with some investors in boston. i doubt it will happen, and the only reason i could ever see this happening is because york is such a cheap bastard. what do you think the outcry would be if this were to happen?

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i have a friend who has been a 49ers season ticket holder for about 25 years now and he is also friends with john york, 49ers owner. he was telling me in a phone conversation earlier that york was talking with him about a stadium deal with some investors in boston. i doubt it will happen, and the only reason i could ever see this happening is because york is such a cheap bastard. what do you think the outcry would be if this were to happen?

Tons out outcry. I, for one, would be pretty pissed off.

That said, I seriously doubt there's any chance of this happening. York is changing his ways as he's sick of being perceived throughout the league the way he is, although it is deserved. In fact, I have a friend who lives in the SF area and he heard Ronnie Lott call into a tak radio show and insiders are saying that the 49ers have a "secret candidate" for the Head Coaching job, and this particular person could be a high profile, CURRENT, NFL Head Coach. But that's kinda off-topic.

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A few years ago, probably large. 2 winning seasons in 6. All the recognizable names are gone. I mean there would be a large cry, but this isn't the Super Bowl 49ers looking to move. California people are pretty laid back, who knows.

No way would this ever happen. They wouldn't let 2 teams in such a small market.

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I was about to say, with the Giants, Jets, and Patriots..'tis a bit crowded in the Newest of Englands.

Giants and Jets don't count. They're a good 5 to 6 hours from the Patriots. Boston on the other hand is less than an hour.

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boston is a small market? :huh: then how do they support the celtics, patriots, and redsox?

The big question is how do they support the Bruins? ^_^

I wonder what kind gold rush happened in Boston anyways?

A better idea idea is to have York sell the team.

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I highly doubt the NFL would let the team move to Boston when there is already a team there.

1... There is no team in Boston, there's a team in Foxboro.

2... That didn't stop the Raiders in 1994.

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boston is a small market? :huh: then how do they support the celtics, patriots, and redsox?

It's different. The New England market can support 4 teams... each one in each major sport in America.

There isn't any regional rivalry in the same sport.

If the 49ers must leave SF... they better go to LA.

LA needs apparently a NFL team.

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the 49ers will not leave San Francisco so therefore there is really no point to this thread

WHAT ARE YOU STUPID, OF COURSE THEYRE LEAVING SAN FRANCISCO!!!

:D

Nah, I agree with ICS here, I don't really think the 49ers will leave, and I don't see a reason why they would leave San Francisco.

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the 49ers will not leave San Francisco so therefore there is really no point to this thread

The NHL won't realign, and Division I won't make a playoff system but that doesn't stop those threads.

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