Have we done Team Sky 'No Doping' declaration yet?

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  • jfletch
    Member

    never read his book and never met the man, I was only guessing that he may want to go to sky but that wasn’t really the point I was making.

    Ehh? Are you the one on the drugs?

    He never mentioned that during the long conversations we had about his plans for the future

    What is the point you are making as it may be too subtle for the internet!

    hora
    Member

    Wherever that came from is utter arse.

    The Sunday Times last Sunday in an interview/article on Sky and recent events.

    mt
    Member

    crashtestmonkey

    I am not disagreeing with your comments regarding the way Garmin work as a team and I’ll not disagree with your comments regarding Sky. Given that they are supposed to be one of the most organised teams out there they can miss what seems like the absolutely bleedin obvious (employing Cav for one).
    Just because in some peoples mind Sky have not handled the situation (publicity/employees/organisation(don’t look good that)) well does not mean they cannot have a clean team, they can do this after the clear out.
    Garmin can never be in that situation because the team has ex dopers at every level. I’m not against them in anyway, the more they prove how they succeed now the better. However we need teams to have a full clear out of a lot of the cheats, either in the Sky mold or Garmin.
    Vaughters arguments for looking at the future a right in some ways but like Millar, will always be compromised by his paste. Look at all the Millar moaners on here, he will always get the questions about his past even if he grows a pair of white wings on his back and has a permanent nimbus.

    Premier Icon ratherbeintobago
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    Vaughters arguments for looking at the future a right in some ways but like Millar, will always be compromised by his paste

    Really?

    (raises eyebrows)

    atlaz
    Member

    Well of course. One can always tell the different between paste and real diamonds and no professional cyclist worth their salt would consider riding for a team manager with less than a proper tiara.

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