hektoren said:Don't know if this has been posted yet, but Greipel recently said that "Surely next year, if Cavendish does not leave for another team, I will"
So much for the close personal talks their manager would instigate.
Lots of hormones being bandied about, evidently.
How do you figure this one?bianchigirl said:
wow, thats pretty big news, when did kim say that , and just wondering how would he know, do you think it was mere speculation on his partbianchigirl said:
Ooh, it'd be interesting to see those two trains go up against each other.bianchigirl said:
Considering that this whole subject has been discussed in intricate detail among the know-it-alls, dividing their time between scratching their ball$ and collecting unemployment benefits, I'd guess you're right. Nothing like an opinionated keyboard-whacker with multiple axes to grind and ample time to pursue his favorite pastime. Hearing it from the horse's mouth is quite a different proposition though, don't you think?BroDeal said:Considering that this whole subject has been discussed in intricate detail in the "Cavendouche Angry" thread, it is pretty close.
How does Kirchen know this? They have the same agent?bianchigirl said:
1997 TdF - Yellow: Ullrich, Green: Zabel.peloton said:How does Kirchen know this? They have the same agent?
What would that mean for Sky's aim to win the Tour in 5 years?
So, you make a wild claim that Greipel is whining, completely unsupported by any claim in reality. When challenged, you ignore the challenges and change the subject completely.happychappy said:So how many tour stages has lil 'Greipel' won?