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Old 11-03-12, 10:58
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He already admitted he put 100k in Kolobnev's account. He just said it was a loan.

Still don't see the problem in buying a race when you're in the lead with 1 other guy though. Happens all the time.
Well if it happens all the time it must be ok.
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Old 11-03-12, 12:30
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Well if it happens all the time it must be ok.
well it happens all the time then why now make a fuss about it all of a sudden

and ye sit is ok. he doesn't buy the race. he simply covers the expenses of the guy losing
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Old 11-03-12, 12:55
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I think someone posted a Freddy Martens interview at some point that summed it up well...better to go home to the wife and kids with something to show for the week-end away.

So does anyone think Vino bought the Olympics ?
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Old 11-03-12, 13:06
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I think someone posted a Freddy Martens interview at some point that summed it up well...better to go home to the wife and kids with something to show for the week-end away.

So does anyone think Vino bought the Olympics ?
Bought the win, no
Paid Uran, yes
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Old 11-03-12, 13:18
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well it happens all the time then why now make a fuss about it all of a sudden

and ye sit is ok. he doesn't buy the race. he simply covers the expenses of the guy losing
What? He does buy the race.
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Old 11-03-12, 13:22
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the padova attorney roberti, while investigating on lance and ferrari and the money laundry found emails and bank transfers that finally confirms that vino paid 150.000 euro to kolobnev for the win.
the act have been transmissed to the liege attorney and to uci,

http://www.corriere.it/sport/12_nove...b51207fd.shtml
that's not correct and no, can't be proven
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Old 11-03-12, 13:25
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What? He does buy the race.
Isn't it just an arrangement where whoever wins pays the one who gets 2nd? So that if Kolobnev had won he would have paid Vino the same amount, no?
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What? He does buy the race.
no, he pays for the other guys efforts. and the winner pays the loser. but never mind arguing with yo. you haven't got a clue about cycling. in fact it happens in football too.
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Old 11-03-12, 13:29
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no, he pays for the other guys efforts. and the winner pays the loser. but never mind arguing with yo. you haven't got a clue about cycling. in fact it happens in football too.
Lol, ok mate. How old are you? About 5?
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Old 11-03-12, 13:52
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So much fuss...
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