No, especially since he again said today that it was a big end-of-season goal. What an idiot writer who made that story.Would be a bit weird if it was the 2018 edition two years ago.
And I see nobody believes the weird Valverde ain't riding story from Cycling Weekly.
Vincenzo will go full gas on the Civiglio, for he is not afraid of winning and he is not afraid of losing. When he looks back, he will see Primoz Roglic in his wheel, and he'll sayIt takes two to tango. Without Pinot, Nibali is sad and lonely, devoid of motivation. Only the sight of Civiglio can cheer him up. Forza Squalo, make autumn great again.
And everyone is just "We'll just pretend that never happened…"No, especially since he again said today that it was a big end-of-season goal. What an idiot writer who made that story.
The article mentions the Movistar riders who are supposedly going to lead instead of Valverde.Mixed him up with Alaphilippe, maybe.
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