Obviously I mean Tiesj Benoot at Jumbo Visma. Although I do agree that Benoot was amazing at Lotto, and actually got better results there, but we can also see that he is a better rider at Jumbo-Visma. Which has to do with the environment he's in.
Stan Dewulf won bigger races, and rode more podium places. Just look at his cqranking score after he left Lotto. Although this isn't a great example, because it's not like he suddenly rode amazingly.
Training differently means that you take a different approach on how you train. Because you have the money to get better trainers and performance managers => more professional. Obviously Wellens is not going to *** on Lotto after he rode there for 11 years, and he still has a lot of friends there. But in that interview, in the subtext, it was clear that the bar was just higher at UAE (obviously).
I don't hate teams btw, I'm not a child. It's just that I don't feel Lotto is at the same level of professionalism as the bigger WT teams. That they weren't able to stay in WT honestly shows that. I can't understand that with the talent of riders they have, Van Moer, Vanhoucke, Ewan, Wellens, Vermeersch, Campenaerts, De Gendt they weren't able to stay in. Maybe it just comes down to money, and it's not Lotto's fault that they don't have the sponsors top teams have. And therefor can't create the best environment for their riders.