115th Paris-Tours, 10/10/2021 - 212,5 km

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Disaster for DSM after the team they brought here.

Not a single rider in the top 35 o_O
Casper Pedersen was really angry at the team in the danish interview afterwards, saying they ordered him to ride as helper and use all his power in the echellons before TV started as a punishment for a bad Paris-Roubaix, which he felt was really unfair and stupid, as the races were not comparable, and also blaming Cees Bol for attacking when he was supposed to be the sprinter. Sounded a lot like yet another rider could end up leaving the team even if it was in the heat of the moment.
 
Casper Pedersen waa really angry at the team in the danish interview afterwards, saying they ordered him to ride as helper and use all his power in the echellons before TV started as a punishment for a bad Paris-Roubaix, which he felt was really unfair and stupid, as the races were not comparable, and also blaming Cees Bol for attacking when he was supposed to be the sprinter. Sounded a lot like yeat another rider could end up leaving the team.
Thanks for the info. Very interesting.

They've really not had a great season. Especially in the wake of their stand out performances at least season's TdF.
 
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Casper Pedersen was really angry at the team in the danish interview afterwards, saying they ordered him to ride as helper and use all his power in the echellons before TV started as a punishment for a bad Paris-Roubaix, which he felt was really unfair and stupid, as the races were not comparable, and also blaming Cees Bol for attacking when he was supposed to be the sprinter. Sounded a lot like yet another rider could end up leaving the team even if it was in the heat of the moment.
Yep, agreed. When I heard him say, that the team often have "funny ideas" like that punishment I thought he could be on the way out, too.

Otherwise, I would think he faces some more punishment.
 
Casper Pedersen was really angry at the team in the danish interview afterwards, saying they ordered him to ride as helper and use all his power in the echellons before TV started as a punishment for a bad Paris-Roubaix, which he felt was really unfair and stupid, as the races were not comparable, and also blaming Cees Bol for attacking when he was supposed to be the sprinter. Sounded a lot like yet another rider could end up leaving the team even if it was in the heat of the moment.
Has a contract for next year with them by the looks of it.
 

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