I seriously doubt he reads any of the sites anyway. I suspect that the entire team including the doctors and soigneurs are at fault, not just him. He probably gets told what to take/not to take. Drug taking and blood doping is endemic in many sports (and not just in cycling, as the press would have us believe) and that isn't the fault of individual sportsmen and women. Some find it easier than others for a variety of reasons, not to get involved in it. Taking drugs or blood doping may enhance what it already there, but it does not make anyone a great rider. It is just a shame that more team managers, team doctors and riders cannot see that.