Beset by disasters the once-mighty RadioShack-Nissan squad turns its hopes to Andreas Klöden
Friction, schmiction, says Horner. "There's no problem with guys on the team. Everyone is professional."
Veteran happy to work with a young U.S. team in London, calls Kloden's comments on RadioShack's Tour selection unprofessional
Cobo, Klöden among top names for Friday’s start; American Jamis-Sutter Home team will make European debut
BERLIN (AFP) — German veteran Andreas Klöden of RadioShack has said he is not aiming for victory in the Tour of Spain, which starts Saturday, after suffering heavy falls on last month's Tour de France.
LOURDES, France (AFP) - RadioShack's Tour de France hopes suffered a huge blow on the second day in the high mountains when Andreas Kloden pulled out during Friday's 13th stage.