Jason McGill

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Jason McGill (born 7 April 1965) is the chairman of York City, an English football club that plays in the Conference National.

McGill is a former footballer, having played for the reserve team of then non-League side Wycombe Wanderers whilst at university in London.

He grew up as a York City supporter and made a donation of £50,000 to the club while it was undergoing financial difficulties.

McGill was heavily involved in negotiating the deal for York City to gain full control of Bootham Crescent, after over 99% of the shareholders of Bootham Crescent Holdings voted in favour of the deal in January 2005. He also secured sponsorship from Nestlé Rowntree for Bootham Crescent in January 2005, which saw the ground renamed KitKat Crescent.<ref name="York strike sweet deal...
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