Yeah Fothen is a good bet. Was Fothen close to Schumacher and Davide? Because he should've been a user of Cera since 2005 in that case, just like Di Luca. I doubt Lövkvist, because with Cera he wouldn't have had his recovery problems. Gerdemann was injured most of 2008. I doubt he really was on Cera, otherwise he would've been even more overrated as a talent as we all thought already. His perfomance decrease at Milram surely could be related to the fact that Milram had no professional preperation program what do you think?
Vandevelde was on a normal blood bag program I think. I don't believe Vaughters was taking the risk to let his riders take a new sort of Epo that might get detectable soon.
Soler should be a good guess, too. His blood values were called very suspicious in 2007, while even Rasmussen values weren't called that. Also Corti has a link to Santuccione for sure, did he? And Soler never was able to climb like that again. And that can't just be related to all his crashes. In fact at the Giro 2009 I remember he peaked for the gc and his crash wasn't that hard at all, but he was pack fooder and even loosed seconds on every hill.
What about Kasheshkin? He's nowhere near his old level. In fact he has declined even more than Sella. And I doubt Astana don't give him anything anymore. Also his improve in 2006 after his transfer to Astana was a big boost. Maybe it was due to the step from riding just on a little own stuff at clean Credit Agricole to getting professional team preperation and Cera at Astana?
Could Rujano and Parra have been on Cera at the Giro 2005? Savio has a good dealer and he seems to use the right stuff at the right moment. Of course he is also a good mentor. And Rujano is a very good climber. But it doesn't look impossible to me that he had some special recovery help that year. Also Parra was nothing before and not much after that Giro, compared to his big name.
Il falco is a good bet. Suddenly came back from nothing in 2005 where he took benefits from his itt, his downhill and his solid recovery. When more and more guys began to use Cera from 2006 on, he even lost his captain position to Astana to Mazzoleni. Mazzoleni the friend of Santuccione and lover of Basso's sister.
Maybe Ivan Basso's improvement at CSC in climbing and his massive boost at tt'ing could be related to Bjarne and Fuentes, but his outstanding Robot Giro is realated to some Cera he got from his sister via Santuccione? In that case he maybe never lied when he told he just planned to use the blood bags? He won the Giro on a turbo Cera program. So he didn't waste much energy there. At the Tour he planned to peak with conservative blood bag therapy. But he would still easily have been able to beat Ullrich, because on Cera the Giro in his legs wouldn't affect him at all. Remeber Basso was pretty sure he will be able to handle the double without a doubt!