Forty One (41) years old, Arsenal and France icon, Thierry Henry has been unveiled as the new head coach of Monaco FC. Going back to history, Thierry Henry stated his professional career and won Ligue 1 with the club back in 1997.
While at his press conference, Thierry Henry noted that the club is struggling, read below:
‘The invention he had in the game; he’s well ahead of the game, I saw it closely.
‘You learn from people; they inspire you. But you also need to put your own little mix in it.
‘Talking about the managers that I had; I learnt with a lot of them, every single one of them. Whether they challenged me, whether sometimes they were doing the wrong stuff; that’s when you learn the most – when things are not going well.
‘But if I talked about Arsene, Arsene unlocked a lot of stuff in my mind, made me understand what it was to be a professional, what it was to perform. I will never forget that. You know the relationship I had with him so I will always carry some of the stuff that he was doing.
‘A lot of people (also) inspired me in France.’For me, a coach is supposed to make people better.’
‘First, the player. Second, the player. Third, the player. That’s the most important thing, enjoy the game. Improving players for me is a success.’