It is an exception, mostly due to his Mom's surname being "Blanco" or "White" in Spanish. He was -- and still is -- a Real Madrid icon. Connect the dots...Der Effe said:Yeah ok, like with Raul Gonzalez Blanco for example. But those are the exceptions that prove the rule
Why is more generally known ONLY by his first name then? The same with Xavi from barca?RedFury said:It is an exception, mostly due to his Mom's surname being "Blanco" or "White" in Spanish. He was -- and still is -- a Real Madrid icon. Connect the dots...
Vamos Conta! Con un par!
jens_attacks said:link for rai please?
it seems to be on NOW but, unfortunately, is geo-restricted: http://www.raisport.rai.it/dl/raisport/multimedia/2011/diretta.html?cid=ContentItem-6e538313-40e4-41c2-a869-1db4957e424ecineteq said:yes does anybody have one?
Is the route the same this year? If so you can mark someone all you want, it won't count for anything at the last climb.Dedelou said:both of them will be "marked" by everybody. Will be interesting to see if they can get clear early and outlast the chasers.
It's something we've kind of copied from Brazilians over time. As you know their football stars have long been known on a first name -- or nick -- basis (Pele, Zico, Ronaldo, Romario, Juninho, Roberto Carlos, Cafu, Kaka et al) -- so now you have the likes of Raul, Iker, Xavi, Xabi, Isco etc. But then again, many others are mostly know by their first surname only: Arbeola, Iniesta*, Guti*, Torres etc.williamp78 said:Why is more generally known ONLY by his first name then? The same with Xavi from barca?
for playing it hard when he was on forth wheel with ulissi, kess and purito?brilleaben said:Contador deserves an Oscar.
You thought nibali can beat contador on an mtf shootout? How.many.times do you have to see Contador break squalo in the mountains until you realise the order of the foodchain?cineteq said:IMO they have the best chance to win, just a hunch.
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