2019 Le Samyn, Tue 5th March, 198.4km (1.1)

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ecw445 said:
This is Senechal's to win with Quick Step making him their leader, it's contract year and he has way too many top 10s already with no wins
Chapeau :) :) :) Looked stronger than Terpstra today, despite having raced the two weekend races also. Should win Paris Roubaix one day
 
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ecw445 said:
ecw445 said:
This is Senechal's to win with Quick Step making him their leader, it's contract year and he has way too many top 10s already with no wins
Chapeau :) :) :) Looked stronger than Terpstra today, despite having raced the two weekend races also. Should win Paris Roubaix one day
Aren't you maybe being a tiny bit liberal with the word "should" here?
 
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tobydawq said:
ecw445 said:
ecw445 said:
This is Senechal's to win with Quick Step making him their leader, it's contract year and he has way too many top 10s already with no wins
Chapeau :) :) :) Looked stronger than Terpstra today, despite having raced the two weekend races also. Should win Paris Roubaix one day
Aren't you maybe being a tiny bit liberal with the word "should" here?
"Should" as in if Quick Step tactics don't force him to miss out on potential victories
 
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ecw445 said:
tobydawq said:
ecw445 said:
ecw445 said:
This is Senechal's to win with Quick Step making him their leader, it's contract year and he has way too many top 10s already with no wins
Chapeau :) :) :) Looked stronger than Terpstra today, despite having raced the two weekend races also. Should win Paris Roubaix one day
Aren't you maybe being a tiny bit liberal with the word "should" here?
"Should" as in if Quick Step tactics don't force him to miss out on potential victories
Wouldn't it be their tactics that would give him the tiniest of chances of actually pulling that off? Or are you suggesting he is at the level of guys like Sagan, Vanmarcke, Naesen and Van Avermaet?
 
Senechal has shown more at 25 than Naesen had at the same age. He could still improve and become top tier, and he looked great today. Easily the strongest in the race (especially after Terpstra burned some unnecessary energy early on). But saying he 'should' win Paris-Roubaix might be stretching it.
 

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