MotoGP » Stoner 'disappointed' after difficult return


'Unfortunately my foot doesn't want to bend far enough to help me move forward so I'm having to pull myself forward which is giving me issues with my arms' - Casey Stoner

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Tetley

October 12, 2012 2:05 PM

"I..can't see any moaning here. Posted by Codger"
Try following CS on Twitter. His moaning started Thursday this week when he got in the car to take him to the circuit. Complaining about the car, about the driver, about the traffic, about missing motorway junctions.
he was clearly thinking "How dare the locals get in my way? Can't they see the VIP pennant on the car?"
I was hoping he may have mellowed, but clearly not.
Flawed genius.

Sammy - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 2:09 PM

@ Tetley
Man I love the way you make stuff up
You should work for Fox network

Thank god we have the Rossi fans on here or all we would have is the truth

dave - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 3:50 PM

typical moanin **** now its his arms wen danny,lorenzo,edwards,rossi,and all the other riders that have been injured just get on with it ! bring on next season no one will miss him!!FACT!!!!!

AJ the Terd - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 4:19 PM

@AJ He's not complaining. Someone asked the question and he answered honestly. Get a life. Whats wrong with some of you? You can't even grasp the abilities of these riders and yet you think you know anything. This whole "Stoner is a moner" fallacy is perpetuated by uneducated non-fans simply because it's a trendy thing to do. If no one asked Casey any questions you woulds assume that he does not have the ability to talk. No wonder this sport continues to loose sponsorship and popularity. Too much baseless criticism by faceless cowards. I'm not a huge Stoner fan but for the last 4 years, no one can match his outright speed on almost any bike.

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