Thierry Henry says 'fu**ing' twice on Sky Sports. https://t.co/ngRgqg9ExW
— Football Vines (@FootbalIVines) December 11, 2013
Don't think broadcasters and athletes dropping F-bombs and swearing when they aren't supposed to is something only limited to America. No bleeping way! New York Red Bulls striker and Arsenal legend was a guest analyst on Sky Sports...
Ashley Cole is weighing up a move to the United States – with New York Red Bulls leading the race for his signature, writes Dave Kidd in the Sunday People.
The Chelsea and England left-back is facing an uncertain future for club and country – as revealed by Sunday People Sport last week.
Red Bulls have a vacancy for one of their three designated ‘marquee’ players and know...
Thierry Henry‘s game is like a work of art in itself, and now the New York Red Bulls striker’s most captivating goals have been turned into an actual art piece.
The folks over at KickTV re-imagined some of Henry’s best goals from Major League Soccer and some of his most memorable from the English Premiere League and turned them into an animated flipbook. The video features...
James Murphy must have seen that goal Thierry Henry scored in 2000. How else would he have thought to try it in an American college (university) soccer game on Sunday?
Murphy, a sophomore forward at the University of Michigan, scored the game’s only goal in his team’s victory over rival Ohio State. The strike was straight out of Henry’s personal highlight reel, and Murphy...
Thierry Henry scored in the first half and Fabian Espindola added a goal on a wild play with 10 minutes left, leading the New York Red Bulls to a 2-0 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday night.
The Red Bulls (14-9-6) took over sole possession of first place in the MLS Eastern Conference standings. New York, which has five games remaining, began the day tied with both Montreal and...
Via AP on Fox
September 14, 2013
Thierry Henry scored the go-ahead goal in the 47th minute, and Jonathan Steele had a goal and an assist to help the New York Red Bulls rout the Houston Dynamo 4-1 on Sunday.
The Red Bulls (13-9-6) took advantage of a short-handed Houston lineup to score three second-half goals, becoming the third road team to win at BBVA Compass Stadium since it opened in 2012.
Via AP on Fox
September 08, 2013
Video: Reppin' NYC to the fullest!
There’s a reason Thierry Henry is the highest-paid player in Major League Soccer. He can do things like this.
Henry scored both goals in the New York Red Bulls’ 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact on Wednesday night, but it was his second that is grabbing headlines around the world.
The veteran forward netted in the 88th minute using a bicycle-kick. He had his back to the impact...
Thierry Henry may have lost a step, but he still has the skills that made him a soccer legend. To prove it, he showed up some samba boys during a pick-up soccer game in Rio de Janiero.
Henry is vacationing in the Brazilian city before the 2013 Major League Soccer season. With preseason training just over the horizon, the New York Red Bulls star played in a Futsal game to keep the...
BEND IT LIKE THIERRY
EPL legend, and now veteran MLS player, Thierry Henry of the New York Red Bulls took a corner kick right footed shot and somehow ended up nailing a perfect curving strike in the net. We have seen it happen many times before, but you can never be sure if it is intentional or not, but at the end of the day who cares? The goalie, and any of the defense, were not expecting a direct...