49ers GM Jed York Will Undoubtedly Fire Mike Singletary To End Nolan Years

October 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Forty-niner fans remember the days of yore when winning 10 games in a season was a disappointment. Boy, have times changed.
There is a genuine sense that Jed York wants to bring the 49ers back to its glory years but loyalty to those from the Nolan regime has kept him from making a decision everyone knows he should make.
When Ed DeBartolo, Jr., owned the team, the 49ers front office was quick to get rid of people. There was the infamous and unceremonious departure of a coach on national television. New contracts were not offered to Montana, Rice and Lott well before they stopped being heroes.  And the reason back then was because DeBartolo, Walsh and Policy thought it was better to get rid of people sooner rather than later.  Boy, have times changed.
Nolan was fired after years of failure and only after several ridiculous game-management debacles. Then Scot McClougan hires another coach who has subsequently had far greater game-mismanagement debacles.<...

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