Having began his enjoying days with Monaco, Thierry Henry will now start his managerial profession with the Ligue 1 membership as he has signed a three-year deal to become Monaco’s head coach.
Making the announcement this morning, Henry wrote, ‘It’s with nice delight that I’m delighted to announce that I’ve accepted the place to become the manager of AS Monaco FC. I used to be lucky to obtain some very engaging presents over the previous few months however Monaco will at all times be shut to my coronary heart.
Having began my footballing profession with this nice Membership, its looks like destiny that I’ll now start my managerial profession right here too. Im extremely excited to be given this chance however now the onerous work should start. Can’t wait’.
Prior to now, the 41-year-old Frenchman was Belgium’s assistant manager. He began his profession at Monaco in 1994 below former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, earlier than becoming a member of Juventus in 1999. After only one 12 months in Italy, he signed for the Gunners and went on to win two Premier League titles and two FA Cups in eight years in north London.
Then got here a transfer to Barcelona, the place he gained the treble of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League in 2008-09. In 2010 he signed for Main League Soccer facet Crimson Bulls, the place he spent 5 seasons and likewise had a two-month mortgage spell again at Arsenal in early 2012.
Henry was a World Cup winner with France in 1998 and gained the European Championship two years later, scoring 51 targets in 123 appearances for Les Bleus. He retired as a participant in December 2014 to work as a tv pundit, earlier than becoming a member of Belgium’s teaching workers in 2016.