Yep. Well said. Couldn't agree more. This man has a right to earn a living. He is definitely not guilty in any way. It's not his fault that some of the athletes that he has worked with are weak minded cheaters. JV also hit the nail on the head with his post. Attempting to scrape up dirt where none exists about one of the good guys, is bang out of order.131313 said:This guy is not "dodgy". He's one of the good guys in the sport. The fact is, if you're involved in cycling, you're going to be *associated* with athletes who are "dodgy". So, saying "he worked with XXXX" because he happened to be employed by a team that also employed XXXX, then assuming that he had something to do with that rider's doping? That's both silly and way off base.
This is as ridiculous as claiming someone is doping based on where they live.