Cynic - it's as plausible as Tyler's missing twin!
I read a couple of weeks ago that the Lux cycling fed had delayed the hearing for a few weeks so it should be imminent. I have no great faith in them after previous leniency though and I may be wrong but the last xipimide dosed rider only got 3 months anyway.
This is either high farce or the lowest of low ebbs for cycling. I presume foolish Frank is clutching at straws, but is it possible to to completely dismiss any story, however far fetched, when it's about Bruyneel and his ilk. Of course we can rely on those stalwart custodians of the sport to get to the bottom of this with a thorough investigation.
It's a bit of a coincidence, the timing of the info being sent to ALAD and the story about Bruyneel in L'equipe but unless someone on the RSNT team were to vouch for that story it is unsupportable. So I think he's trying another excuse.
I quite like the Schlecks because they remind me a little of the animated characters in Les Triplettes de Belleville.
I am therefore pretty sure that they don't dope and never would.
Also, the greatest ignominy for a car manufacturer is to be rescued from the abyss by Renault... so why would they then want to sponsor a pro-cycling team. A dirty rider wouldn't go to Nissan (or Datsun, as we used to say). Which suggests he's clean.
Also.... Two bothers in the same team... I think that's quite funny. So he's clean. Got to be.
I hope that clears up this whole messy and unfortunate misunderstanding.