Worst Owners in Pro Sports

The Top Ten
William Ford - Lions

If anybody else owned the lions Matt Millen would be bleeding out in some dark alley right now.

Somebody needs to tell this guy he has a losing team.

Al Davis - Raiders

He reminds me of those seniors on the south park episode "grey dawn" he should sell the team if they ever want to win. - Chris-1

I'll say this instead, don't like him.

Jerry Jones - Cowboys

jones will never beat dan snyder. I think its hillarious how he keeps trying to up snyder. lol the boys and compete with true fans from washington. just can't and that kills jones so much. and I think its also funny he built a new stadium to up the skins. and its still smaller. most expensive but second largest. haha guess he didn't do his math.

Jerry won 3 Super Bowls and Al Davis won 3 and went to 2 more, I'd say these guys are the most hated owners in Pro Sports rather than worst.

Hands-down the most disliked, most conceited owner in all sports. The only winner he's ever picked came out of his own nose!

How can he not be #1?

Jeff Loria - Miami Marlins
Bill Bidwell - Arizona Cardinals
Michael Jordan - Bobcats Michael Jeffrey Jordan, also known by his initials, MJ, is an American retired professional basketball player.

This guy trades his best players highres Larry Brown makes the playoffs and then he fires Larry Brown

George Shinn - Hornets
Donald Sterling - Clippers

He team has never been a championship contender and tried to ban clipper Darrel one of sports most loyal fans

He also made racist comments, among other things... - MusicalPony

David Glass - Royals

Wal-mart mentality/practives have turn a oncr respectable franchise into a laughing stock. Sometimes I believe I hear takity-sax from the stadium speakers when the Royals take the field. Oh how we all miss Ewing Kauffman

Ralph Wilson - Bills
The Contenders
Tom Benson - Saints
George Steinbrenner - Yankees
James Dolan - Knicks

He's at #13? This is as much of a joke as the Knicks will ever be.

Robert Nutting - Pittsburgh Pirates

Almost as cheap as Mr. Krabs in terms of spending.

Roman Ambromovich - Chelsea
Stan Kroenke - Rams, Avalanche, Arsenal, Nuggets

He doesn't invest

Tried to move the Rams to LA

Dan Snyder - Washington Redskins

How is he not in the top three?

Peter Angelos - Orioles

Although the Orioles are now on a upswing, Peter is on this list because of 2005, the year he tried to assemble an all-star team featuring Sammy Sosa, Rafael Palmeiro, Javy Lopez, Miguel Soto, Brian Roberts, Luis Matos and Larry Bigbie. But after a 42-28 start injuries and too much soap opera stuff led the orioles to self destruction and into a 74-88 record. In the years followed Peter tried to do it again with more quality players but the result we're always the same and it even led to the suicide death of Orioles Mike Flanagan in 2011.
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Malcom Glazer - Manchester United, Tampa Bay Rays

From being the world's richest club to being nearly £800million in debt with one swift leveraged buyout, Glazer and his trogladyte offspring haven't put a penny into the club (the buyout was funded by huge bank loans, the interest on which currently runs to about £80 million a year) and pay themselves a £10million salary. Tickets have risen 50 percent in the five years since their takeover and thousands of staff have lost there jobs along with dozens of players being sold. Puts the rest of the list in perspective really -

Mark Attanasio - Milwaukee Brewers
Anthony Precourt - Columbus Crew

He betrayed the fans with a possible relocation to Austin Texas. Deserves to be on this list solely for that reason. -SteelCity99

Dean Spanos - Chargers
Mike Ashley - Newcastle United
Harold Ballard - Toronto Maple Leafs
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