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Cavendish welcomed by new team-mates

Omega Pharma Quickstep's Tom Boonen and Tony Martin are both looking forward to the 2013 season as they are joined by new team-mate Mark Cavendish.

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Nicol: Bolton defended for their lives

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Ginola hopes to help 'restore FIFA'

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