Nibali and Aru should never have got into that team in the first place, because it was obvious that there was shít, and a thick layer of it was always going to spread and stick to everyone involved!Nibali and Aru should get out of that team before the shít starts to stick
Lahey sums it up for Nibbles in this scene.... Note... do NOT watch if easily offended by naughty words. FFW to 1 minute.Nibali and Aru should never have got into that team in the first place, because it was obvious that there was shít, and a thick layer of it was always going to spread and stick to everyone involved!
Trouble is INRNG's probably right. Vino will turn up, go 'wot me guv?' and point to everything they're allegedly doing to change things and the UCI will say 'oh, alright then'; and they probably don't have a lot of choice but to do so, unless there's concrete evidence of a doping culture in Astana.An interesting view here: Astana's Licence safe
I may start using 'daffodil' as a term of abuse along with my everpresent 'feckingspacebar'"You picked the wrong side"
Yup. I no longer care if Niballi himself is clean. He's made his bed, he can fark off and lie in it with his doping daffodil friends.
Apparently Jakob Fuglsang is worried about what all the Astana doping cases will do to his reputation. Not talking about leaving though, unless Astana lose their WT licence, and maybe not even then.
I can see this in a way, as most teams would have their 2015 squads sorted so where does he go? Hopefully though he and a few others are kicking up a fuss internally. Got to wonder how worried they were about their reputation when they first went over to the dark side.
This article doesn't show him doing much due diligence or caring about the doping historyWhen you look at which teams and riders Fuglsang has previously associated with, you have to wonder if he really is that bothered about his reputation.