msjett said:Most people decide the first time they meet someone or that person does something, whether they like them, can work for them or not.
If there is such a problem here, then S-L management need to address it, and that does not seem to be happening, so it could just be the ego's of riders clashing.
BroDeal you aren't the only one with an opinion, you are so quick to shoot everyone else's opinions down that aren't in line with yours. It's petty and unnecessary.
I give my opinion. If you don't like it, tough. If you cannot handle people posting opposing viewpoints then you might want to rethink using internet forums.
You made a weak argument that one incident of helping a teammate proves that Evans is can be a team player, implying that he is a good teammate and team leader. I simply pointed out that the argument is weak because even though he might occasionally treat teammates well, his treatment of the team at other times might outweigh the goodwill he builds by uncommon acts of kindness.
I don't know what his problem is. Maybe he is just not very friendly with the other team members. Maybe behind closed doors he blames his teammates for his failures. Maybe his personality clashes with the typical rider. Who knows. He looked very alone last year at the TdF.