i defer to your greater time on this forum!; for all that though i believe Froomes legal counsel was able to attend to his clients predicament quickly, as one would expect for a high profile champion.yaco said:For someone new you've made an inauspicious start - Anti-Doping matters take months to be resolved and that's even for straightforward positive tests - The two positives from the Giro when there was no contention about the facts have just been resolved - We've heard nothing about the Cardoso or Samuel Sanchez cases from July - The Froome case is more complicated than the aforementioned cases so it will take a few months longer - You must also consider that the 'legal people' who hear these cases have other work, so aren't available at the drop of a hat.53*11 said:Alpe73 said:It’s NOT about doping ... it never was ... on this thread.pastronef said:I understand what you mean Hitch and we talked about it before. but this also makes me think about this: the Sky-Froome experience and existence, for fans and non fans, has become something beyond cycling.The Hitch said:100% right.
Don't know what angle you are trying to pull that yiy are saying something true for once (I'm assuming jv said something bad about froome hence becomes the enemy) but I hope this experience will change you for the better
sentences like I hope this experience will change you for the better seem like we are not anymore in the anti-doping matters, it´s about people´s character, feelings, way of thinking, life.
isn´t it a bit too much? wtf, you are telling a forum member that something will change him for the better, like if he has to open his mind or hearth and see he was wrong before, but now we all hope he has understood, seen the light.
ffs it´s cycling, it´s racing, top fuelled sportmen racing each other. entertaiment, nothing more. life goes on anyway, with or without froome or sky. Parker´s posts are not aggressive or full of disdain towards any member, or any rider or any rider´s wife. he writes his own view and tries to read the facts and reply to the questions and posts.
he does not want to change us for the better
This thread, the Armstrong thread ... are about the politics of envy; camel through the eye of the needle; Emperor’s New Clothes; 7th deadly sin .... voodoo.
Cycling, corporate teams, uppity sports pros .... they’re just the actors for the Theatre of Frustration.
i disagree , its about a team sanctimoniously proclaiming their innocence while being caught out numerous times doing the opposite, its about due process; they have had an AAF, after 5 months they cant explain it and are trying to string out the process until the giro/tour. shame on them and shame on uci if they allow sky another 3 months; no other team would be given such latitude in constructing their defence.