How New York City official plans to save the Jets

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New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer might be the Big Apple’s chief fiscal officer, but he’s also a huge Jets fan who has been known to occasionally rearrange his busy schedule to watch his favorite team play. After witnessing five decades of Gang Green’s failed, quick-fix plans and other losing ways, Stringer, 56, is so fed up he has decided to call an audible from City Hall and provide a much-needed public service for his beloved club. He’s tapping into the years of financial expertise he has gained monitoring the city’s cash coffers, along with his own football fandom, to offer the Jets his master plan for becoming consistent winners and — God willing — capturing another Super Bowl in his lifetime. As told to The Post’s Rich Calder.

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