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Old 01-08-13, 12:19
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and if Becca decided to finally get some winning little spanish guy on his team?....
So Andy goes to...?
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it just feels wrong because lampre always had italian leaders, no particular logical reason just that feeling.

also merida do have the money but lampre is still the main sponsor and is an italian sponsor.
You should not forget about Raimondas Rumsas
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Old 01-08-13, 20:27
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cunego hasn't had a good ardennes week in 5 years tho. . .

he wanted to ride the tour tho and if purito were to go to lampre he would have to do it as a dom most likely.

also lampre with an spanish leader just feels wrong on so many levels . . .
Who would he be domestique too? Scarponi? Cunego?
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Who would he be domestique too? Scarponi? Cunego?
i was talking about cunego having to ride as a dom obviously. . .
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Oh, duh. Thought you meant Purito, my bad.
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I doubt if BMC will be interested. They are developing TJVG and also have Evans who has as much chance of winning as Rodriguez does if he can find some form. When Evans retires BMC will probably pick up another younger GC rider to complement TJVG not someone of Rodriguez's age.
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I doubt if BMC will be interested. They are developing TJVG and also have Evans who has as much chance of winning as Rodriguez does if he can find some form. When Evans retires BMC will probably pick up another younger GC rider to complement TJVG not someone of Rodriguez's age.
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Kai Reus signed a contract with De Rijke-Shanks.

http://www.telegraaf.nl/telesport/wi...e_Rijke__.html
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40-year old Canadian Andrew Duggan signs with Saxo Bank.

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Old 01-10-13, 19:14
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I would say wrong Duggan, but the other one would be a completely pointless signing too.
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