Re: Yannick Noah suspects Spain's success a fraud.
His arguments have enough loopholes so I don't think one needs to resort to personal insults.
He raises a question of Spain's overnight success and dominance in so many sports. This is the hard question to answer because the point seems valid at first glance. However, note that he doesn't have any proof, and therefore refuses to accuse specific player(s).
Secondly, to allow doping is a stupid suggestion. If the Spanish are doping, the solution is to stop them from doing so, not allowing others to dope.