I meant all as in the pro peleton. Maybe I should've said most.
Would agree Boardman was probably clean, esp given his lack of consistency in some bigger races in comparison to some, ahem, aided riders. Would be a shame to reignite the Armstrong debate here. Saville is definitely on something. Would Jim'll Fix it be allowed now?
With hindsight someone should've taken inspiration from a previous episode in the sporting history of Leeds and given the dopers a sound Clough-style earbashing before the race got going;
"As far as I'm concerned, the first thing you can do for me is to chuck all your medals and all your caps and all your pots and all your pans into the biggest <expletive deleted> dustbin you can find, because you've never won any of them fairly. You've done it all by b****y cheating."
Would Jim'll Fix It be allowed now? Well, they couldn't surely do any worse with it than with any other revivals of 70s/80s TV favourites e.g. Family (mis)Fortunes with Vernon Kay. Anyroad, moving on....
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