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Juan-Carlos Dominguez, Fabian Jeker (both Saunier Duval) and Antonio Tauler (Illes Balears) will ride for, the new name of Belgian team as of the next season. Dominguez was reported to quit pro cycling earlier this year. In 2005, the 34 year-old Spaniard won one stage in the Vuelta a Burgos as well as the overall classification. 36 year-old Swiss Fabian Jeker could not add a victory to his palmarès this season; nor could time trial specialist Tony Tauler, 30.

Cyclingnews has also learned that Baden Cooke, as well as Matt Wilson intend to join the squad for 2006, but the contracts have not been signed yet.

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