"I think everybody knows we've been a proponent of getting a new stadium since almost the day I returned (to Winnipeg)," [Lyle Bauer] said from Calgary. "And it's absolutely needed if this club is going to survive in the future -- not just survive, but be able to thrive and not just live on the edge on a regular basis.""I think it'll be bring the strengths of two people together to get this done as well as at the same time retain some continuity of the successes that we've had since coming back in 2000," Bauer said."I believe firmly and as people have seen, you'll go to the wall for what you believe in and what you believe is viable," Bauer said. "And if I don't believe something is viable, then I think everyone's just going to have to move on. I'm not going to go and be a part of or lead this club in the direction that may take it back from whence it came.
Bauer Is Asper's Man to Run Bombers
By Chris CariouIF David Asper builds it, Lyle Bauer will come.If he doesn't? Well, it seems possible Bauer might go.The Winnipeg Blue Bombers' president and chief executive offi...