Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Thierry Henry named new Monaco coach: club

Thierry Henry named new Monaco coach: club

Ligue 1 side AS Monaco on Saturday appointed legendary Frenchman Thierry Henry as the new manager of the club.

Henry, who made his senior Monaco debut under then manager Arsene Wenger in the 1994-95 season, was voted French Young Player of the Year a season later.

This is Henry's first foray into management and he will soon leave from the role of second assistant coach of the Belgium national team under Roberto Martinez.

Sources told ESPN FC on Friday that 41-year-old Henry would sign a three-year contract, and he takes charge of the club at which he began his professional career until 2021.

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The report added: "He will be unveiled to the media on Monday".

'He is very intelligent and understands football.

"He can count on our trust and all our support to bring a new dynamic to the team and carry out its mission".

This is going to be the first full-time managing venture for Thierry Henry. They are struggling in the Champions League as well and are yet to register a win in the competition.

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Indeed, Henry's task is a hard one as he is charged with turning around the form of a side which have picked up only six points from nine Ligue 1 matches this season.

At Arsenal, he joined the pantheon of modern greats.

Emery has a track record of short managerial spells with clubs.

Henry ended his 20-year playing career four years ago after claiming multiple trophies, including the Champions League and the World Cup.

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Coach Raymond Domenech arguably played his part in the debacle by dropping the hugely influential Henry from the starting lineup and souring a fragile atmosphere within the squad.

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