Zidane left the Real Madrid at the APEX, any possible analogy with MotoGP virtuosi?

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Thu, 05/31/2018 - 16:29
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Zidane left the Real Madrid at the APEX, any possible analogy with MotoGP virtuosi?

A disclaimer before my post gets taken out of context; this is not against VR46;

While I never had any specific love for soccer, nor for Zidane in particular (that headbutt did it for me), I respect a very good decision taken at the right time. Leave on an up, else, you maybe trapped.

Doohan did that too, he felt his injury would prevent him from performing and he preferred to retire. Casey Stoner, of course. He left while being in full swing.

Others have played the clock, and slowly decayed into oblivion. There are few examples; Capirossi, the Texas Tornado....

Sometimes, one has to admit to himself the glory days are gone, and if you get a good opportunity, you need to draw the line.

It is always easy to leave on a high note, that to push for one more and fall on one's face.

As I am writing this, I am wondering what Jorge Lorenzo could do. If he does not manage to get a bike for next year, he will remain on a very negative record, of the guy that jumped ship to drawn himself in the ocean. No matter what, he has shown that he still got it, but cannot express it on his current ride. I hope that Yamaha pulls something from its hat, and give JL a third M1 next year.

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