Arsenal great Thierry Henry has doubts about the long term future of club star Alexis Sanchez at the Emirates Stadium.
The Frenchman was quoted telling Sky Sports: “I want him [Sanchez] to sign, everybody wants him to sign. That’s a tricky one for the club. That’s why you have guys there to be able to deal with that… If he ever leaves then you would think the likes of Bayern are going to come, Paris Saint-Germain. Maybe joining his friend [Arturo] Vidal at Bayern Munich so we’ll see. But stay… don’t listen to anyone, find a way, stay!”
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger went gaga over Olivier Giroud’s scorpion kick goal today that put the Gunners 1-0 ahead against Crystal Palace, a game they went on to win rather comfortably.
Speaking about the quality of the move and finish, a delighted Wenger said, “What is great for us is that it was at the end of a strong move and after that it is down to reflex. It is not impossible to score but you must have reflex. The cross doesn’t come in ideally and you have to do something special and that is what Olivier did.” Continue reading
When Arsenal and France legend Thierry Henry takes his seat at the Rabindra Sarovar Stadium here on Tuesday to watch Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) take on Mumbai City FC in an Indian Super League (ISL) match, a gigantic banner reading ‘Welcome to the City of Joy, King Henry’ will welcome him.
Organised by the Arsenal Bengal Supporters Club, a fan club in the eastern metropolis, which has been recognized by the English Premier League heavyweights recently, the 20 by five feet long banner will feature the Frenchman showing his back with the famous ‘No 14’ shirt on. Continue reading
Former Arsenal legend Thierry Henry was earlier today named the new assistant coach of the Belgium national team.
The 39 year old former striker expressed his delight with the appointment, tweeting, “Honoured to be assistant coach @BelRedDevils. Thanks to Roberto Martinez & the Royal Belgian Football Association. Very excited. Can’t wait.” Continue reading
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has been surprisingly appointed as Belgium’s Assistant Coach today, where he will work as Roberto Martinez’s no.2 as the Euro 2016 flops look to bounce back as they prepare for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Henry, who was recently relieved of his duties at Arsenal, where he was keen on continuing in a temporary capacity, will now be able to continue his work as a football pundit and work with the Belgium national team, who only play a handful of games each year. Continue reading
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has admitted that he would want to coach the English Premier League heavyweights sometime in the future.
Henry, who is Arsenal’s all-time record goalscorer, was set to manage their U-18s this summer, but the plan fell apart after Arsene Wenger intervened. The veteran Arsenal manager wanted Henry to choose between his role as a pundit for Sky Sports and running the Under-18 squad – not doing both at the same time. Continue reading
Arsenal’s all-time leading goalscorer Thierry Henry has left the Gunners’ Coaching Setup after having been given an ultimatum by Manager Arsene Wenger.
Wenger wanted Henry to take on the role of Managing the Under-18 team full-time, an opportunity Henry is believed to have rejected due to the Television deal he has in place as a pundit. Continue reading
Arsenal continue to be boosted by returning club legend to boost their coaching ranks with Swedish superstar Freddie Ljungberg the latest to announce that he is set for a coaching stint in North London.
Ljungberg, who is best remembered at Arsenal for his goal in 2002 FA Cup Final victory against Chelsea, announced through twitter today that he will be coaching Arsenal’s Under-15 side in the coming future. Continue reading