Train Arsenal So Dreams Henry
London – After deciding to retire, Thierry Henry will start his career as a football analyst. However, he also had a dream to become Arsenal manager someday.
Henry announced his decision to retire on Tuesday (12/16/2014) ago. The decision to finish a long career as a professional footballer Henry for more than 20 years.
Henry then be joined by Sky Sports. Men’s 37-year-old Frenchman will be a pundit, following in the footsteps of Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, and Jamie Redknapp.
Before retiring, Henry had expressed his desire to return to Arsenal, although not as a player. Top scorers of all time Gunners wanted to help his former club win the Champions League.
However, before returning to Arsenal, Henry must first complete the course of his coaching. If you’re ready, he’s hoping to get a chance to deal with ‘Gunner’.
“It would be a dream come true, but how it works is not so,” Henry said in an interview with The Telegraph.
“First of all you have to prove yourself. You have to learn it first. You have to understand what it means to be a manager.
“Are you able to teach, if you can be patient? All these problems. People think they are all managers in their respective ways, but not that easy.
“The plan is to start my coaching courses and I think Arsenal will help me. To get past this, you should work with a club and I‘d like to think it is Arsenal. You know I was in London when you see me at Arsenal.
“First and foremost, I do not know how or when, but everyone knows I would love to return to Arsenal in some capacity. But, I have to prepare myself to be back. I want to learn the process. We will see what will happen, “Henry said.
Henry Arsenal in two periods, namely 1999-2007 and in early 2012. He presented seven trophies, including two Premier League trophy, and scored 228 goals in 376 matches.