In other words, he is an absolute pr!ck."Nibali has troubles with everyone, and everyone has troubles with him. Sometimes he comes next to you and talks, but the next day he can walk past you without saying anything. Of course, he knows what he does: he does it consciously"
Actually his odds were 50-1 according to this articleI was thinking at least 500-1 just from the 2011 crash, his age, lack of results and racing, he said he was retiring, and how random the Olympics are. We need to find who bet on him.
Yeah odds move not based on actual chance but on betting traffic, etc in order to mitigate losses.Actually his odds were 50-1 according to this article
Eventhough he was 38 and going to retire, towards the end of that tour he was showing a little bit of form when in the breakaways, plus just because of his track record, he wouldn't get an extremely long odds. His name would attract betting, especially since he was the big name riding for his country. They wouldn't want to give him osmething like 150-1 or more odds because then every Kazakh that be interested in betting would have betted on him
Oi would you look at that button @gregrowlerson
Not sure if this would be super kewl or if he'd end up domestique in the Ineos train.
aww, have they both done nasty things to your favourite riders?In other words, he is an absolute pr!ck.
what a shocker.
that has been clear for years. Basically, in everything he does (hanging on to his team car at 60 mph) and says (come see my trophies).
If only nibali and valverde would just eff-ing retire already. And good riddance.
you are right, but dear me, the thought of Nibs with that jersey goes beyong my wildest, and stupid, dreams. just for the tweets, just for the posts on here. wowCould we just have everyone settled for 2021 before we start speculating about what teams they're gonna be on for 2022? Okay?