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Old 02-15-13, 10:45
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Actually this is a golden chance for UCI to kick Riis and the saxo boys out of the sport.
If they want that why didn't they do it when they got the chance? They kicked out Katusha so they could have FDJ, lotto, argos AND saxo in WT
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UCI: WT will have 18 teams.

"Es decir, los expedientes de AG2R La Mondiale, Euskaltel-Euskadi, Blanco Pro Cycling Team (ex Rabobank), Garmin-Sharp, Team Argos-Shimano, Team Saxo-Tinkoff y el propio Katusha volverían a ser valorados y a seis de esos siete les sería concedida una licencia, aclaraban desde la UCI a BiciCiclismo."

http://www.biciciclismo.com/cas/site...a.asp?id=58067
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Old 02-15-13, 10:49
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Can't we just kick McQuaid out? The best possible option for the sport
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UCI: WT will have 18 teams.

"Es decir, los expedientes de AG2R La Mondiale, Euskaltel-Euskadi, Blanco Pro Cycling Team (ex Rabobank), Garmin-Sharp, Team Argos-Shimano, Team Saxo-Tinkoff y el propio Katusha volverķan a ser valorados y a seis de esos siete les serķa concedida una licencia, aclaraban desde la UCI a BiciCiclismo."

http://www.biciciclismo.com/cas/site...a.asp?id=58067
2005 provides a good precedent.

Phonak reinstated by CAS and no other teams cut for the year:

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default...-2-2005_pg2_13
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If they decide to kick out a team now, that's a huge joke. What are they gonna do with the races where wildcards already have been awarded? That's a lot of (big) races.

And surely the team kicked out will appeal to CAS and then what?
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Any team kicked out now would fight.
A lot of races are overdue for wildcard aplications, so it would basically destroy that teams whole season, with no chance of recovery.
In my opinion to kick a team out now would basically destroy it.

Actually this is a golden chance for UCI to kick Riis and the saxo boys out of the sport.
And why is that? Riis and Saxo did something other teams, DS, owners, docs, wifes, mechanics, bus drivers or masseurs didnt do?

Get your head straight, then ban every team and owner in the peloton, no wait, ban cycling in its present form, ban everybody.
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Can't we just kick McQuaid out? The best possible option for the sport
Yes please
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2005 provides a good precedent.

Phonak reinstated by CAS and no other teams cut for the year:

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default...-2-2005_pg2_13
AG2R La Mondiale, Euskaltel-Euskadi, Blanco Pro Cycling Team, Garmin-Sharp, Team Argos-Shimano, Team Saxo-Tinkoff and Katusha will be reassessed, and one will be kicked out.
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If they decide to kick out a team now, that's a huge joke. What are they gonna do with the races where wildcards already have been awarded? That's a lot of (big) races.

And surely the team kicked out will appeal to CAS and then what?
Its called regulating and managing the sport, the UCI way.

Phat better call Hein to see if he can help.
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We can start a petition right here
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