Make Eddie owner again? Lisa DeBartolo loves it!

Oct 24, 2016 at 12:09 PM--


On October 18, Lisa DeBartolo, the daughter of former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo, seemed to voice her opinion regarding Jed York's reign as team CEO.

What does she think about a hat that reads, "Make Eddie owner again," across the front? "Love that," Lisa responded via Twitter.


While she may simply love the color of hat or perhaps the font used in the text, it certainly comes off as another small jab at current team ownership.

Lisa DeBartolo is the Vice President/Assistant Secretary of the DeBartolo Family Foundation and she is becoming more and more loved among the Niner Faithful who agree with her.

She made headlines earlier when she Tweeted out a couple of articles that didn't exactly make the 49ers organization look good. The first was an article by Lowell Cohn of the Press Democrat that places all of the blame for the 49ers' current predicament on current CEO Jed York, the nephew of Eddie DeBartolo. Lisa called the article, "Interesting."

The second article was from the San Francisco Chronicle, written by Ann Killion, and entitled, "Losing has become 49ers' new normal."





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