Wow. I read about it at work and was devastated. I hope he recovers fast and his career isn't ruined because of this.
Alex has already had a great career, but I hope it doesn't end this way. I'm not expecting him back this season, but if there is one thing we know about Alex, it is his drive.SHAD0W93 said:Wow. I read about it at work and was devastated. I hope he recovers fast and his career isn't ruined because of this.
Dan Martin's like;DFA123 said:https://twitter.com/alejanvalverde/status/881375247768932353
Still smiling and looking like a boss, even in a hospital bed. Says the operation to his kneecap went well. And that he would only need the one good leg to win Fleche Wallonne next year anyway.
(One of the above statements may not be true).
So it was your fault!LaFlorecita said:If it makes his fans on here feel any better, I cheered for him when he came by
BustedArmchair cyclist said:So it was your fault!LaFlorecita said:If it makes his fans on here feel any better, I cheered for him when he came by
When people ask, "Why did he go so fast into that corner?" the answer is, "Flo told him to."
Your fiendish plot to make Contador top Spaniard in the race has been uncovered.
He will focus on 2018.Asero831 said:He will focus on Lombardia..
Obviously my experience is purely my own and really has no bearing on Valverde's case, and this is just an opinion anyway, but I fractured my left knee in 2003 at age 28, and it took me over a year-and-a-half to really recover and get back to the same level. More like two years, really. (pics: https://twitter.com/joepabike/status/881698899043508224)jaylew said:He'll certainly be back but the sad thing is there's a chance we may never see him at this level again.