Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by KneesUp, 19 Jun 2019.
Yeah but who made the grassy knoll...On the moon ???
Sunday Sport. Classic.
What has the moon got to do with it not like anybody has been there
Ermmmm speak the Clangers about that.
I dismissed the theories out of hand at first, then I talked to an A&E consultant.
You can't just leave it there!
(said the traffic warden to Elvis on his B52 on the moon)
Of course it's all shenanigans. The only footage just happens to be of a teammate admonishing him for arsing around?
"Oooo, be careful Chris, you might crash into a wall or something."
To fuel the fire, IF he has suffered a compound fracture which would result in blood loss, in my case a lot of blood loss, I'm surprised they didn't move him for 2 hours.
I'd be inclined to indulge some of this if the only source was Ineos. After all I would trust Brailsford as far as I could throw him, probably less. He's one of those guys who, when his lips move, you can tell he is lying. (Actually, with Brailsford you can also tell from his hand movements)
But the fact that doctors have made statements about this makes me poo poo it all. Doctors - especially those not in the direct employ of Team Evil - are a touch more trustworthy.
(First person to say "Dr Freeman" gets a slap. Kick up the arse for the first to say "Dr Ferrari".)
Mr Dogtrousers, are you saying that we are to trust the doctors and then adding the caveat that we're not allowed to suggest that some doctors that may be associated with cycling are not the paragons of virtue we should expect them to be? How very unsporting of you!
I see what you did there
I know. I'm a rotter.
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