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Your Sept. 23 editorial Stadium blowing in the wind? is a reminder of core issues that continue to plague the Winnipeg Football Club. While there have been positive developments recently at the Bomber management level, developments we hope will translate into wins in the future, the fact is we are still dealing with a Bomber board that lacks accountability to anyone other than its own members.

It is time for those who paid for the stadium and those of us who pay for the on-field product to have a say in the club's future.

All of the levels of government with stakes in Investors Group Field and the club need to demand a restructuring of the board so future decision-making necessarily reflects the interests of all stakeholders.

ROBERT GRANKE

Winnipeg

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 24, 2013 A8

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