Two contrasting reports on Froome's today reaction to Wiggo's seeming volte-face
ESPN highlight the one possible negative note from an interview with Sky Sports
Whilst in a BBC interview, Froome is sanguine about it all
Brailsford on BBC Radio today;
"You want people who are motivated towards big goals and big targets, and then its my job to try and use the coaching staff to make all the right tactical decisions to ensure that we can win the race.
We've certainly got some plans now, and as we move through the season, we'll use evidence and results as we move along.
Chris is focusing on the Tour and if Bradley does ride the Giro [Tour of Italy in May], we'll have to see how he comes out of that, and assess the situation as you get close to the actual event.
At the end of the day, the legs will do the talking."