Manchester United’s new summer signing Anthony Martial received praise from none other than Thierry Henry for his impressive debut against Liverpool.
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry says that Liverpool midfielder Raheem Sterling should not listen to the bad advice and try and force a move away from the Merseyside club.
After weeks of speculation about his future, Sterling is thought to have confirmed his decision to leave Liverpool with immediate effect. He has two years left on his contract, but interest from Manchester City and Chelsea could force Liverpool into selling the player for around £ 40 million. At just 20 years of age, Sterling is the start of his career.
Frenchman Olivier Giroud has been one of Premier League’s silent assassins in the last few months. He has slowly become one of leading goal scorer of the Premier League despite having missed much of the action during the early part of the campaign.
When Giroud was on the sidelines, almost all the attention was on summer signing Alexis Sanchez. The Chilean was brought to the Emirates stadium for £ 35 million and he proved to be the missing link in the jigsaw.
The former star of Arsenal, Thierry Henry has already retired and announced the end of his playing career but the Frenchman is being viewed as a possible coach for the Premier League club in the future.
Turning into the coach of his former club is something that fans of Arsenal are hoping to see and Henry is eager on making it happen as the Frenchman is eager on making a return to the Emirates Stadium and continue helping out the club where he lifted the Premier League club on 2 occasions.
Thierry Henry has begun his coaching career by taking charge of the youth academy of Arsenal and the Frenchman has already been asked on a number of interviews if he has thought or has any hope of coaching the main team of Arsenal once Arsene Wenger retires.
The former star of Arsenal replied by saying: “The thing is I have so much respect for Arsene, and if it does happen eventually, one day, it is going to have to be after him.I don’t actually want to talk about it right now because he is doing such a great job, but hopefully after him, yes.”
Samir Nasri reckons Manchester City will fail in their Premier League title defence if they keep committing faults like they did the other day in the home game versus Hull City.
The Sky Blues could only draw that game and as a result of that, Chelsea managed to stretch their lead to 7 points at the top of the table. Manchester City have overcome leads before, but, Nasri knows it doesn’t happen in every season.
Hamza Hamzoglu doesn’t think that he is the reason behind the sudden improvement in the performance of Galatasaray.
Hamzoglu has guided Galatasaray to two consecutive victories in the Turkish Super Lig.
Galatasaray wasn’t playing particularly well under the previous boss Cesare Prandelli.
But, after the appointment of Hamzoglu, the players have started showing a different sort of body language on the pitch.
Yes, during the European fixture versus Arsenal on 9th, Galatasaray did not play as well as they could have.
Alexis Sanchez has had a fantastic start to his Arsenal career. The Chilean international entered into double figures for the season after managing to get a goal in the 3-3 draw with Anderlecht on Tuesday night. This has led to comparisons with legend Thierry Henry.
Finally, after a gap of 4 years, Liverpool is back in the UEFA Champions League and Steven Gerrard is relieved about it.
As per the Reds’ captain, sitting outside and seeing the rivals taking part in the competition over the last few seasons was extremely hard for him and his boys.
Liverpool, having finished 2nd in the league last season, has qualified for Europe this time around. They will start their tournament in a couple of days by taking on Ludogorets. That match will be played at Anfield.
The future of Thierry Henry remains unknown as the Frenchman played a huge role in the MLS All-Star Match against the German titans Bayern Munich and even though Henry could not score a goal, his presence was still felt not only by his teammates but by the supporters that arrived to Providence Park in Oregon on August 7 to watch the match that had plenty of worldwide recognized players performing in the pitch.