Sunday night’s mug soup was in the ranks for Team Jumbo-Visma after a second-place finish in the Wout van Aert On the second stage of the Tour de France 2023. In Cofidis, on the other hand, we were of course happy with this short circuit when celebrating the success of Victor Lafay. “It was a historic moment, a wonderful moment. We feel like we are in a dream, we are very happyreaction Cedric Vasseur.
Team Cofidis’ sporting director was not satisfied with his rider’s success, and he also relished the defeat of Team Jumbo-Visma. Shaping clearly doesn’t have much sympathy.
“Jumbo-Vismas think they know everything better than others. They fail to win. I tell myself that they didn’t do enough training at altitude, that they didn’t do what was necessary in terms of nutrition, that they didn’t have the right tires for inflation, they didn’t have the right strategy.” … It is simply the sport of cycling.
Wanting to win it all, we may end up losing it all
There is increasingly tough competition and you have to be humble. Perhaps the connection between Van Aert and Vingaard was not good. It is up to their manager to resolve this matter.” Frankly, Fasir said… before closing in the same tone with a final tackle to the Dutch national team.
“It’s like Jumbo-Visma wants it all, money, butter and butter, winning all the stages and crushing the race. At some point, you have to leave it to others. You have to aim for your goals. You want to win everything, you might end up losing everything.” The desire to win everything can work for a year, but not for several years.