He will prepare theyoung guns very well for the future indeed.coimbrawu said:I have posted the news in transfer thread but I think post in this thread is needed too:
Daniel Friebe @friebos Nov 13th
So Slongo moving to Astana to rejoin Nibali, and former T-Mobile, HTC and Katusha coach Sebastian Weber replacing him at Cannondale.
Good news for Nibali and pobably Aru
fear of speed is non exsistent + a natural technique for the corners = awesome driverwhittashau said:Based on the CN gallery it would seem like nibbles was victorious over his Astana teammates at go-karting. Descending skills must come in handy
No prep for it really ? Can't you see that from the schedule ?Flamin said:Why not?
“The idea of bringing him to the Tour of Flanders is growing stronger,” he said. “He’ll do Amstel and Liège, although I don’t know if we’ll see the same extraordinary Nibali of last season.”
Check his schedule before the Ardennes in 2012. Hardly a great prep on paper.Gloin22 said:No prep for it really ? Can't you see that from the schedule ?
Even his DS admitted it.. it looks obvious.
Well I surely expect him to show himself in both Darned it sure would be nice if he could add MSR to his palmares. A monument is a real feather in the cap of a GT rider!maxmartin said:so Nibali is going to win Milan Sanremo and ToF next year
“Milan-Sanremo will be raced in an alternate way,” Nibali said according to La Gazzetta. “I have to find time to go the new ascent of Pompeiana. Last year, without all the cold, I would have attacked on the Cipressa. This year, I want to try that again,” Nibali said of the climb that crests more than 30 kilometres out from the finish in Sanremo.
Read more: http://www.velonation.com/News/ID/15947/Nibali-Cavendish-Contador-pay-a-visit-to-McLaren.aspx#ixzz2mZvuT1JR