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If the rumour that he is indeed Classicomano Luigi is true, it begs the question, who is he working with now? Because he became the monster classics rider after Puerto. Or is it just due to a natural progression and increased focus on the classics?
 
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coinneach said:
I'm still clinging to the vague possibility that Fab might be clean....
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No doubt, other posters and events in the next few days will prove me wrong:mad:
you'll no doubt be proven right in stating that the possibility is vague.:cool:
 
Fun fact: Spanish blogger Sergio (ciclismo2005) already linked Cancellara to Clasicómano Luigi in 2006.

coinneach, following pro cycling is like reading A Song of Ice and Fire. You better not get too attached to any of the characters.
 
hrotha said:
Fun fact: Spanish blogger Sergio (ciclismo2005) already linked Cancellara to Clasicómano Luigi in 2006.

coinneach, following pro cycling is like reading A Song of Ice and Fire. You better not get too attached to any of the characters.
true story :eek:
 
hrotha said:
Fun fact: Spanish blogger Sergio (ciclismo2005) already linked Cancellara to Clasicómano Luigi in 2006.

coinneach, following pro cycling is like reading A Song of Ice and Fire. You better not get too attached to any of the characters.
Thanks for the advise, mate!

Haven't come across those books.....
Cycling just now reminds me of the old Lassie films...all happy for the first 3 minutes then separated and miserable for the rest of the film...until......THE HAPPY ENDING!!!!

Now I'm not saying Sky is that happy ending....:p

But really, what have we been following for the last 20 years???

Actually maybe a better film would be that old Roman epic, when all the revolting slaves are captured, and pipe up 1 after another: "I'm Classicomano Luigi"
 
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will10 said:
Quality .
Sharp Will, as almost always.

Cancellara is a Ferretti boy, Ferretti boys were Cecchini's main clients. Would also explain his non - stance on Lancegate. Omerta is still alive and kicking.

In that case it would not be hard to think who the Classicomano was.
 
Oct 15, 2012
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hrotha said:
Fun fact: Spanish blogger Sergio (ciclismo2005) already linked Cancellara to Clasicómano Luigi in 2006.

coinneach, following pro cycling is like reading A Song of Ice and Fire. You better not get too attached to any of the characters.
Chapeau, hrotha, that is going in my sig!
 
Aug 9, 2010
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coinneach said:
Thanks for the advise, mate!

Haven't come across those books.....
Cycling just now reminds me of the old Lassie films...all happy for the first 3 minutes then separated and miserable for the rest of the film...until......THE HAPPY ENDING!!!!

Now I'm not saying Sky is that happy ending....:p

But really, what have we been following for the last 20 years???

Actually maybe a better film would be that old Roman epic, when all the revolting slaves are captured, and pipe up 1 after another: "I'm Classicomano Luigi"
I hated watching Lassie! It was always wrenching and sad :p


...will the real Classicomano Luigi please stand up...
 
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Ferrari is Lord Varys
Liggett is Grand Maester Pycell

PS : excuse the spelling it's been a few years since I read the books.
 
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del1962 said:
So will the media pick up on Hamilton's claim
I'm wondering this as well...and have there been any peeps/responses out of Spartacus since the interview aired? I know some have called him out on twitter, but don't know if he has acknowleged that anything's been said.
 

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