How is that bad for a team at this stage. Worst case scenario, he can hide entire team from wind for the first kilometres of a stage before he drops. They gain nothing from sending him home.Dazed and Confused said:Somebody should man up at ag2r and send Betancur home.
This is not good for anybody. Not the rider and certainly not the team.
Yeah, usually joking around and giving someone hard time improves the team spirit (well, minus Betancur of course but again, he cant complain because its because of his own doing). And I think there is more value in him brining bottles than in him being in Colombia.Dazed and Confused said:His team mates will have to look at this clown every day.....
Think about it.....
Maybe they wil save on food billsdamian13ster said:How is that bad for a team at this stage. Worst case scenario, he can hide entire team from wind for the first kilometres of a stage before he drops. They gain nothing from sending him home.
And why is it bad for Betancur? Because he is publicly humiliated and everybody can see that he is not capable of taking his job seriously so they wont hire him?
Why would anyone, especially AG2R give a ****?
The best case scenario: he wakes up and sees that he has to take care of himself.
Worst: he dissapears from professional sport, but again, why should AG2R or anyone else care?
this, I believe he will finish Vuelta and will be in good from for Worlds.jens_attacks said:you laugh now but who will laugh when bananito will launch his devastating attack in the big ring on monte castrove? give the guy two weeks
This. As funny as it may be one cant escape the feeling that this blob makes a complete mockery of the race and the sport. As talented you may be the least you should learn is discipline and to honor the race.willbick said:He looks like a middle-aged coke baron