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Astana, Contador, Armstrong, Bruyneel and Next Year

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racerralph said:
Imagine if the news we got every day, about the world around us: politics, world affairs, financial news, baseball scores, movie schedules, blah, blah, blah, was as unverifiable as all the "news" stories we get about this sport. Wow, we wouldn't know which end was up, most of the time.
It's a shadow world, where the only thing that is real, is what you see on the road, until, of course, they get busted doping:p

Geez, this is exactly why I spend time on this forum. :D There's only two things I know for sure. My dog thinks I'm cool and LA is a _______.(fill in the blank)
 
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BanProCycling said:
Not sure how Alonso will run a cycling team and drive for Ferrari at the same time. If this goes ahead, if he doesn't perform next year there will be trouble at mill.

except hes not going to ferrari unless massa or raikkonen leaves cos they're contracted till 2010 :)
 
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Señor_Contador said:
If Contador wants out of Astana he will leave Astana. There is nothing LA or JB can do about that. Especially after what happened during this year's TdF.

Is that where those two devils made Contador sign a contract extension?
 
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Armstrong will continue to go to doping camp at non-UCI races to avoid detection. There are easy ways to beat out-of-competition testing as was evidenced this year. Long showers are just the tip of the iceberg. Bruyneel has a foolproof plan to account for any situation.
 
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The Executioner said:
Armstrong will continue to go to doping camp at non-UCI races to avoid detection. There are easy ways to beat out-of-competition testing as was evidenced this year. Long showers are just the tip of the iceberg. Bruyneel has a foolproof plan to account for any situation.

Thank you for getting some doping into this discussion. It was beginning to bother me that this thread was in this forum.