Vino's farewell

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby LangerDan » Mon Oct 08, 2012 13:39 pm

Pross wrote:
SecretSqirrel wrote:
Pross wrote:Don't think he needs to worry about a paternity test for his kids, especially not the son! Wonder how long it will be before his boy bursts onto the pro scene?


The boys are twins, incase nobody spotted. They are targetting TdF 2025 :wink:


I think he needs a check for the one on the right then :lol:


Perhaps blood wasn't the only donation of Kasheckin's that got mixed up in Vino's fridge
'This week I 'ave been mostly been climbing like Basso - Shirley Basso.'

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby SecretSqirrel » Mon Oct 08, 2012 21:23 pm

Richmond Racer wrote:
Ginsterdrz wrote:"Vinokourov to take up management position at Astana"

No doubt to ensure all his riders take the correct vitamin and health supplements!

My suggestion for a new UCI rule:

No ex-rider or current DS in any way connected with previous doping offences should be allowed to manage/chaperone/mentor or act as an agent for any pro or neo-pro rider beyond 2012

Getting rid of the rotten apples is the only way forward.



I'm sure this has been discussed before, so sorry to be repetitive, but what happened to this...

http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/06/ ... ons_179000


Vino did the crime and has taken the full punishment. Can't create new rules to keep punishing him. He is outside that ruling being a pre July 2011 violator.

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby iNsaNe_oNERR » Mon Oct 08, 2012 22:21 pm

You don't recognize JAN ULLRICH?

ARE YOU FORM MARS OR WHAT????

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby frenchfighter » Tue Oct 09, 2012 09:51 am

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby lloyd bower » Tue Oct 09, 2012 09:57 am

mike6 wrote:Well, he can take as many drugs as he wants now, without having to look over his shoulder.

Goodbye, won't missed in the least.


So, agree. Pity he didn't retire 6 month's earlier, we might have a clean winner of the Olympic RR. Instead another unrepentant doper like the Vuelta winner.

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby frenchfighter » Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:09 am

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby Dave_1 » Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:26 am

LangerDan wrote:
Pross wrote:
SecretSqirrel wrote:
Pross wrote:Don't think he needs to worry about a paternity test for his kids, especially not the son! Wonder how long it will be before his boy bursts onto the pro scene?


The boys are twins, incase nobody spotted. They are targetting TdF 2025 :wink:


I think he needs a check for the one on the right then :lol:


Perhaps blood wasn't the only donation of Kasheckin's that got mixed up in Vino's fridge


it was so identical to Santi Perez and Tyler that I wonder if Vino and Kash stayed loyal to Fuentes through the Op Puerto storm of 2006-2007 and then got shafted like Santi and Tyler?

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby josame » Tue Oct 09, 2012 19:40 pm

iNsaNe_oNERR wrote:You don't recognize JAN ULLRICH?

ARE YOU FORM MARS OR WHAT????


the jersey threw me :?

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby SecretSqirrel » Tue Oct 09, 2012 20:21 pm

frenchfighter wrote:Image


Love the photos FF keep 'em coming :D
This particular one above is a favourite. The story behind this one is the 6 year old Vino bids farewell to his sweetheart before joining the revolution and single handedly taking down the Tsar............This stood him in good stead for fulfilling his destiny when he rescued Astana from the evil Bruyneel/Armstrong regime during the siege in 2009.........

Here is another classic Vino
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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby Dave_1 » Wed Oct 10, 2012 03:23 am

Is someone with a + drug test allowed to become a team manager in the future?

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby frenchfighter » Wed Oct 10, 2012 06:13 am

Great photo there, never seen it before either!
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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby LangerDan » Wed Oct 10, 2012 07:31 am

frenchfighter wrote:Image


That photo looks about 100 years old, but it was only taken in the 1980s. Was colour outlawed in Kazakhstan until recently?
'This week I 'ave been mostly been climbing like Basso - Shirley Basso.'

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby SecretSqirrel » Wed Oct 10, 2012 08:35 am

LangerDan wrote:
frenchfighter wrote:Image


That photo looks about 100 years old, but it was only taken in the 1980s. Was colour outlawed in Kazakhstan until recently?


I would think it was taken in the 1970s.
Either that or Vinokourov is a Time Lord which may explain his aged blood cells :wink:

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby kieranb » Wed Oct 10, 2012 09:48 am

that duffel coat on the girl gives the era away. Very trendy for kids in the 70's, had a lovely brown one myself.

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby SecretSqirrel » Wed Oct 10, 2012 19:42 pm

kieranb wrote:that duffel coat on the girl gives the era away. Very trendy for kids in the 70's, had a lovely brown one myself.


Kieranb
Are you wearing the very trendy Vino hat in your Avatar?

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby dennisn » Wed Oct 10, 2012 20:26 pm

Ginsterdrz wrote:Getting rid of the rotten apples is the only way forward.


Easy for you to say, but what about the people who just love hard cider?

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby itisaboutthebike » Wed Oct 10, 2012 23:19 pm

Vino's farewell


Yeah a big good bye from me you cheating t*sser..............shouldn't ever be allowed to be involved with the psort ever again.
Bye bye Patty boy - you scumbag !

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby SecretSqirrel » Sun Oct 14, 2012 17:45 pm

Another blast from the past:-

http://autobus.cyclingnews.com/results/ ... ne997.html

Interesting final paragraph. Those were the days..eh?

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby dennisn » Sun Oct 14, 2012 18:42 pm

itisaboutthebike wrote:
Vino's farewell


Yeah a big good bye from me you cheating t*sser..............shouldn't ever be allowed to be involved with the psort ever again.


I sincerly hope that Vino does get back in the sport. If only to p*ss off you, along with the rest of the self righteous people on this forum. :wink:

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Re: Vino's farewell

Postby iainf72 » Sun Oct 14, 2012 18:48 pm

dennisn wrote:
itisaboutthebike wrote:
Vino's farewell


Yeah a big good bye from me you cheating t*sser..............shouldn't ever be allowed to be involved with the psort ever again.


I sincerly hope that Vino does get back in the sport. If only to p*ss off you, along with the rest of the self righteous people on this forum. :wink:


I think if you met a real self righteous person your head would explode
Fckin' Quintana … that creep can roll, man.


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