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Strong words from Millar about Wiggins and Sky
I don't really read it as a 'slating' - he is merely expressing what he and the rest of the team felt at the time. As for the whole contract thing, well we would all consider a better offer for the same job. But then again, most employees are not on fixed-term contracts. In essence, Wiggo wasn't free to leave - he had a contract, which he wanted out of. That said, I doubt if Wiggo had been a complete flop in 2009, Garmin would've had the same freedom to tear up the document and cut him adrift.
Shock! 'Reformed' (i.e., 'Caught') drugs cheat can't join heavily financed team and jealously badmouths former teammate/current rival to try to shift a few copies of his book as compensation.