Club legend Thierry Henry says either Alvaro Morata or Alexandre Lacazette would be the perfect signing for Arsenal's offensive department. The Frenchman was full of praise for striker Olivier Giroud who helped France reach the Euro 2016 Championship final. But he believes the 29-year-old needs someone like Antonie Griezmann alongside him if he is to […]
Manchester United target Paul Pogba can be one of the best midfielders in history according to Arsenal legend Thierry Henry. The youngster was on target as France eased past Iceland to reach the semi-final of the competition. He is expected to start today's game against Germany with the winner to meet Portugal in the final. […]
The Republic of Ireland could be looking to exorcise some demons in Sunday's knockout round match against France. The last time the Ireland squared off against France in a competitive match, there was a bit of controversy. OK, there was a lot of controversy, as France crushed Ireland's 2010 World Cup hopes when a dubious Thierry Henry handball resulted in the decisive goal.Irish...
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry says Leicester City midfielder N'Golo Kante has been impressive so far at Euro 2016. France will face the Republic of Ireland on Sunday after winning Group A of the competition. West Ham United's Dimitri Payet stole the headlines but Henry believes 25-year-old Kante was the most consistent player in Didier Deschamp's […]
Arsenal Legend Thierry Henry has blasted English striker Jamie Vardy for wavering over a move to Arsenal, as per ESPN FC. Arsenal tabled a bid in the region of 20 million pounds for Vardy in May. However, after mulling over the move, Vardy decided to put the move on hold until after the EURO 2016.
Club legend Thierry Henry says he cannot understand why striker Jamie Vardy is yet to sign for Arsenal. The Gunners have triggered a release clause in the England international's contract with recent reports claiming that they offered him a £120,000-a-week deal. The Leicester City man left England without giving a "yes or no" answer to […]
By Larry Brown You remember when a handball by Thierry Henry tied a World Cup qualifying game between France and Ireland back in 2009 and helped prevented the Irish from qualifying for the 2010 World Cup? Yeah, we have received confirmation that FIFA paid off the Football Association of Ireland to make up for it. Henry clearly used his hand to stop a ball and help make a centering...
Thierry Henry has walked off the pitch for the last time. The King has stepped down from his throne. After 20 years of captivating the world, Thierry Henry announced his retirement and will join Sky Sports as a pundit in 2015. The 37-year-old was a joy to watch during his time at AS Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, FC Barcelona and New York Red Bulls. He also left spectators agape whenever...
Thierry Henry confirms New York Red Bulls exit. Thierry Henry’s MLS adventure is officially over, but his retirement is still pending. After his side failed to mount a comeback against New England Revolution in the Eastern Conference Final, the French legend took to Facebook to announce that he has parted ways with New York Red Bulls after four and a half years with the club...
Thierry Henry’s love affair with New York City will endure, but his time with the New York Red Bulls has come to an end. Henry, 37, announced his departure from the Red Bulls on Monday, ending a four-and-a-half-year stay with the MLS Club. Henry broke the news on Facebook just two days after the Red Bulls narrowly lost to the New England Revolution in MLS’ Eastern Conference...
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