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I'd love to see Jan make a comeback, it was a real shame how things ended. But I'm guessing with the charges handing over him from Puerto, it wouldn't be possible.
A book would be interesting, but I don't see him revealing much about what he did (he wouldn't want to further tarnish his image), and he had far too much respect for LA to say anything, IMO.
It would probably just be a few tales about doping at T-Mobile.
 
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ElChingon said:
Unlike Lance, I think Jan is enjoying his retirement :p

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How can you hate a guy like Jan? :D

If Jan does write a book, I hope it does get translated into English. I would buy it.
 
anubisza said:
A book would be interesting, but I don't see him revealing much about what he did (he wouldn't want to further tarnish his image), and he had far too much respect for LA to say anything, IMO.
It would probably just be a few tales about doping at T-Mobile.

A book would benefit him quite a bit I think if he were fairly honest about the prevalence of doping in the sport. The more that is revealed, the less worse riders like him who were caught look. This is one of the reasons I think that Hamilton and Landis should eventually write a tell all book. As long as they keep quiet, they maintain the bad apples excuse that the powers that be in cycling have promoted.