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Bruyneel: Tactical Genius?

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BroDeal said:
Possible. Too bad Horner had such raging form but was reduced to riding for Leecheimer. He should be given more opportunities to ride for himself.

Agreed. I think if they had been riding for him and he stayed healthy, he could have finished ahead of them all.
 
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BroDeal said:
Possible. Too bad Horner had such raging form but was reduced to riding for Leecheimer. He should be given more opportunities to ride for himself.

I agree, but he's the one who sold himself to Satana...er, Astana, after practically insisting the Disco train were dopers a couple years ago.
 
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Bruyneel asked to see all his blood values so he knew he was a good guy - I guess it never occurred to him that, like Lotto signing Kohl, he wanted that information to doublecheck he could keep his levels under control :rolleyes:
 
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Not sure how much money Bruneel has... I think he wants to keep going for a while though. He really is smart when it comes to doing anything on the road in. Vaughters though runs a strong 'program', so does Riis. It will be a fun Tour now with Lance back to spice it up.
 
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Thoughtforfood said:
Uh, when he wrote this "i actually said that i didnt think any team did a great job tactically"

I responded with my post. Now that you have no point, what will you do?

My welcome?

I don't think you read my post - you're not making any sense here.