A good day maybe…

…or maybe not. Today we found out that Big Pat lost a lot of support. I really think the man is so pig headed he appeared in Spirited Away. It’s time for Pat to give it up and let someone new take the spot. Even if only for the sake of the UCI’s credibility. This year’s Tour de France could be seen as the cleanest ever but, with the questions surrounding The Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) and their association with the UCI… CADF claim it’s nothing, given the history surrounding the sport and all the allegations it’s not looking good though. It seems Pat can’t run things in any other way than some sort of old boys club. We often try not to be opinionated at Headset Press but, I’ve had enough of the marring of the sport I love, and Pat hasn’t done enough to sort it out. No more dopes running the UCI please and no more doping in cycling! It’s time to move the sport in to the future and only a truly new generation can do that.

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