Sylvian Chavanel



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Callistus Valerius

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It was reported on yesterday's stage that when Horner and Chavanel were
caught, some said the two were arguing and carrying on, like two old women.
Horner flapping his elbows, and Chavanel hurling insults at Horner. Neither
one of these two will ever be given another chance, after that display.
Although the concensus was, that Chavanel was way out of bounds, and Horner
did the right thing by pulling the plug on the whole operation. Hinault
says, he's had enough of Chavanel's antics to last a lifetime, and the
search for the next great French rider continues.
 
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David Ferguson

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Nobody knows whether to believe you or not so you better link to where
that was "reported".



On Sat, 16 Jul 2005 18:28:24 GMT, "Callistus Valerius"
<[email protected]> wrote:

> It was reported on yesterday's stage that when Horner and Chavanel were
>caught, some said the two were arguing and carrying on, like two old women.
>Horner flapping his elbows, and Chavanel hurling insults at Horner. Neither
>one of these two will ever be given another chance, after that display.
>Although the concensus was, that Chavanel was way out of bounds, and Horner
>did the right thing by pulling the plug on the whole operation. Hinault
>says, he's had enough of Chavanel's antics to last a lifetime, and the
>search for the next great French rider continues.
>
>
>
 

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