Found January 12, 2012 on
Henry marked his return to the Gunners by netting the winner against Leeds in the FA Cup tie at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night.
Los Angeles Galaxy striker Keane has linked up with Villa until the end of February and is in contention to play in Saturday's Premier League clash at Everton.
The 31-year-old said: "Can I do a Thierry Henry? I hope so. It would be great to do that.
"It was written that he was always going to come back and score on his return to Arsenal.
"Good luck to him, he is obviously a legend at Arsenal.
"If I can do something like that in the six (league) games, and help the team, that is great."
Keane is aiming to start against the Toffees after two weeks full training with former club Tottenham and now Villa.
He said: "Of course, every player wants to be starting, I'm no different.
"I'll be trying my best to make a big impact and help the team push forward up the table.
"If I can pass my experience a...
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It is hard to recall another instance of so many grown men taking the opportunity to admit that something made them weep unashamedly. Yet since the moment Thierry Henry received a tantalizing pass at his spiritual home, the moment that 60,000 hearts skipped a beat as they witnessed Arsenal's record scorer steadying himself to stroke in his comeback goal, the floodgates opened...
I THINK it fair to say my subconscious mind has well and truly dined out since Monday night on Thierry Henry’s return.
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The Gunners all-time leading goal scorer added another to his tally with the winner in the FA Cup fourth round tie against Leeds on Monday night. Henry has warned fans that he is not capable of scoring goals...
Grim faces, disappointment, and a massive outcry was visible at the beggining of the New Year, when the Gunners lost at Craven Cottage with Fulham edging the North London team, even though Arsenal took the lead in the first half. What was particularly easy to notice was the lack of the threat from the wings, which was partially caused by the full-back crisis the team is suffering...
The Frenchman insists that the Gunners remain 'the club of my heart', but reveals he has been given the recognition he 'dreamed of' in his development role at Manchester City.