Still,a lifetime ban is not really the most beautiful way to end a career. His legacy will be tainted forever in the publics opinion
Well, if CAS suddenly thinks that the Suisse wrongly ended this case, a decision that was based on following their former, but now changed rules (loophole closed), then there is still some room to play, if Jan can be considered as repeat offender.
Then things would go on because the Suisse then had to reopen the process.
Fact is, that under current rules, Ullrich wouldn't be punished for amphetamines out of competition.
So in all this law confusion, question remains which rules will be followed and whether he is a repeat offender.
btw, actually his legacy is "tainted" since the Discopillen incident.
Most people did not care and welcomed him with more than wide open arms.
And most people can actually put one and one together.
Jan Ullrich is the perfect example for beeing human, and many people still respect and like him, whatever may have happened.
Who really cares about some ill people from some media and their mission ?
They all have axes to grind or provit in their ugly little world full of created order and hypocrisy, without really accomplishing something by themselfes.
They are bloodsuckers.
btw, did you see the latest Propaganda episode on Saturday ? "sportstudio" of course.
I will tell you if you didn't notice or see that. Did you know that Scharping is still alive ?
However, I will be happy for the guy when this torture and ridiculous law-mess is finally over, even when there were many lies, strange decisions and delays produced by him.
There were really many embarrassments which he should have spared out - for his on sake and that of his fans. Mainly caused by all those advisors.
Not thinking and speaking for himself. Thats the only thing I can accuse him off.
But somehow can't blame the guy for that, since he never learned.
The only thing really missing for full-careless-package, would habe been a **** wiping consultant that was actually responsible for tying his shoes and helping him with the usual post-meal burps.
That's how to describe it best.