... For me, that encapsulates his whole argument: That AC ought to show him respect and cede him the leadership role, because of his record. AC obviously never bought that. I'm fairly neutral about this
For those who aren't sure what the comment was:
"I probably would have done it differently,” Armstrong said of the way Contador dealt with him joining the team this season.
“If I put myself in that position, even in ’99 or 2000, when I was young and ambitious, if Indurain would have come to the team, he still would have come to the team because he’s Indurain,” he said, referring to the five-time Tour champion Miguel Indurain of Spain. “That doesn’t mean he has to win, but he’s the leader because he’s a legend. Not that I’m a legend.”