- May 19, 2010
Time to sign Horner to get some credibility back.Samson777 said:Haha that is just comical. UCI trying to make a point? Vino didn't pay enough for protecting? On the bright side, Astana should have a spot free to Horner now
There's no way team Astana is cast as the bad actor. It's funded by the government and the government has as a national priority to be 'a leader in sports worldwide.' The country throws it's weight around international sports as a nation threatening trade problems in Khazakstan.Dazed and Confused said:At this rate Astana could snap up another 10-20 riders for next season....
When will anti dope rules start to punish the team and not only the rider?
DittoNetserk said:At first I thought it was the other thread that got bumped, it was only after reading a few posts that I realized that it was the other brother that has been caught
Now Astana are going to have to spend some time on gardening leave, what's he going to say?"Really, there is only one set of anti-doping rules: the UCI’s, which are in line with the WADA code. I would rather there was only one standard and maybe if we can harmonise that under the new WADA code, this is something we can talk about with Roger Legeay and his colleagues."
Thanks MPCC! Now we have room for Contador's F1 pal.fmk_RoI said: