- Mar 31, 2010
Dear Wiggo said:Henao's agent gets a cut of his salary, not sure of his bonuses. If his client is not working, earning points, etc, his value goes down. If the UCI have no issue with the blood readings (clearly, something should have been done by now if they did), then it makes no sense to keep him out of competition, diminishing his ongoing value, and thus diminishing agent's fees.
So going to Gazetta to try and force Sky's hand to let Henao back onto the roster is the goal, surely?
Agent --> Gazetta "My boy Henao is off the roster"
Gazetta --> Sky "Is Henao off the roster?"
Sky have 2 choices:
1. Nope, he's gonna race XYZ. (Agent's intent)
2. Yes, and here's why. (Ohhhh sh!t)
Looks like it backfired on the agent and Henao, and if 2008 Rob Hayles BP anomaly is anything to go by, Henao is out, despite the team learning nothing untoward is going on, where over a period of X weeks his blood values were perfectly fine.
the reason they keep henao out of compedittion is the same reason why a schoolteacher accused by a student of rape is going to be put non-active until ivnestigation is finished, even if the person is completley innocent. that's how it goes in the human world fortunately