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Old 01-21-13, 04:48
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Presumably Sutton story now about to be linked to Leinders news from Nelissen. Ie. Sutton must be involved and the **** is about to really hit the fans on team Sky systematic doping...

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/neli...ng-at-rabobank
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Old 01-21-13, 04:56
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Presumably Sutton story now about to be linked to Leinders news from Nelissen. Ie. Sutton must be involved and the **** is about to really hit the fans on team Sky systematic doping...

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/neli...ng-at-rabobank
That it is. That it is.
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Although CN does a good job in trying to minimise Leinder's role by describing it as a part-time.

You know, it was actually a job share with the lady on reception. Leinders would come in one afternoon a week and answer the phones.

It would be nice if the mainstream media were to pick up on Nelissen's confession.
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Although CN does a good job in trying to minimise Leinder's role by describing it as a part-time.

You know, it was actually a job share with the lady on reception. Leinders would come in one afternoon a week and answer the phones.

It would be nice if the mainstream media were to pick up on Nelissen's confession.
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Leinders (sic) was released by the team at the end of last season, before it unveiled its new “zero-tolerance” anti-doping policy.
Sky started the team with a so called '“zero-tolerance” anti-doping policy'!

Nice of CN to do a Sky PR job for them. That'll get the CN hacks some Sky freebies.
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To be fair, they are differentiating vis a vis a "new" vs an implied "old" policy of zero tolerance.

And "zero tolerance" is encapsulated in spidey sense-tingling inverted "what a farce" commas.

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Benson showing that his promises post-reasoned decision were as worthless as the biopassport and an anti-doping pledge.

Maybe he can show us all how anti-doping he is by engaging in some twitter trolling. That's the kind of cutting edge hard hitting new journalism we want to see from CN.

Once a fanboy always a fanboy.

Still a nice free trip to Argentina for the giggling one.
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Brailsford: Shane Sutton's job change not due to Sky's anti-doping policy

http://www.cyclingweekly.co.uk/news/...ng-policy.html
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Brailsford: Shane Sutton's job change not due to Sky's anti-doping policy

http://www.cyclingweekly.co.uk/news/...ng-policy.html
What was that about "if there's a shorter way across the paving stones, let someone else take it"

Did he mean that??
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Brailsford: Shane Sutton's job change not due to Sky's anti-doping policy

http://www.cyclingweekly.co.uk/news/...ng-policy.html
Of course it's not, the anti-doping policy hasn't been responsible for any employee movements.
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Of course it's not, the anti-doping policy hasn't been responsible for any employee movements.
It's the usual post Olympics shake up. From the BC track staff, Matt Parker has gone to rugby, Dan Hunt ias now a Sky DS, Steve Peters has gone to athletics/Liverpool and Jan van Eijden is expected to be taking some time out. That's some holes that need to be filled and Sutton was doing very little for Sky anyway (he was 'Head Coach', but Kerrison and Ellingworth are the actual coaches)
He's still on the payroll for Sky, though.
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