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Unibet.com announced Thursday that it has reached an "amicable agreement" ending its dispute with...
Unibet.com announced Thursday that it has reached an "amicable agreement" ending its dispute with Carlos García Quesada, and that the Spanish rider is now free to join another team.
García Quesada, who has not ridden for the ProTour team this year, was suspended by it in July 2006 after his name appeared in relation to Operación Puerto. He was later cleared of any charges.
He claimed that the team discontinued his salary, which the team justified by saying that he had not clarified his role in the affair. The rider sued, and the team announced in February that it had parted ways with him.