Henry Future Is Unknown

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.

Henry Believes France Can Go All The Way

Thierry Henry reckons that France is capable of going all the way to the final in the ongoing FIFA World Cup.

France is one of the few teams which are yet to be beaten in the tournament. Out of the three matches that the Les Blues played at the group stage, they won two, while, one was a draw.

The wins that France secured in the first couple of group matches were both by big margins. They found the net 8 times against Honduras and Switzerland together before being stopped on a goalless draw by Ecuador.

Henry Impressed By Campbell

Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry, who is currently a pundit with BBC at the World Cup 2014, says that he has been really impressed by Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell. Campbell is an Arsenal player, who is yet to feature for the Premier league outfit. He spent last season on loan at Greek outfit Olympiakos where he terrorist opposition. He was part of the team that almost knocked out Manchester United from the Champions League last season. Henry is the record goal scorer for Arsenal of all time.

NO OVERHAUL NEEDED

Arsenal are not in need of an overhaul according to manager Arsene Wenger, who says that this season has brought out a lot of positives. Arsenal could still in the season on a major positive note by winning the FA Cup.

This would help them get the monkey of the back that has been troubling them for several years. The club has not won a major trophy since 2005. For large parts of the season, Arsenal are the table leaders. Going into the 2014, they were leading the table with a five-point advantage.

NEYMAR MOVE ADDS UP

£48.6 million was the amount that according to the vice-president of Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu the Spanish club offloaded in order to sign Neymar from Santos. The Copa del Rey finals against Real Madrid was a golden chance for the 22 years old year attacker to demonstrate why Barcelona went through so much trouble in signing him.

CHIVAS DRAW

During New York Red Bulls and their match against Chivas USA, both sides had to settle with a 1-1 draw but the result came at a hefty price for the team of Mike Petke as they had to witness Tim Cahill being removed from the pitch only after 29 minutes had passed due to an injury the Australian player sustained.

When medical tests and scans were completed, it was revealed that Cahill suffered a hamstring problem which will be leaving him out of action for at least 2 weeks as it will not be anything too serious.

PUYOL MOVING ON

Carles Puyol revealed that his career with Barcelona will be reaching its end when this season concludes. At his 35 years of age, Puyol is no longer able to perform like some years ago and after making over 350 appearances for Barcelona, he has decided that it’s enough.

The future of Puyol still remains uncertain as he has not announced whether or not he will continue playing at another club or will simply hang up his boots and retire but Thierry Henry stated that he would welcome the Spanish defender at New York Red Bulls.

ONE OF THE GREATEST

During Thierry Henry’s 8 year long spell at Arsenal, the Frenchman is considered to be one of the greatest players that the Premier League club has ever had. His influence for Arsenal is so great that he is often called back to the team despite being 36 years old.

The French striker managed to become Arsenal’s top goal-scorer for almost every season of his tenure over there and the former Barcelona player is the all-time leading scorer for the Premier League club having scored 228 goals in all competitions.

ARSENAL RE-IGNITED

Thierry Henry was part of the last Arsenal team that managed to win the league title. Now, the Frenchman is coming to the end of his career and it has been so long a wait for Arsenal fans to see the club lift of the league title again.

The club has been failing to compete with the top teams due to the inability to spend money, but this season has sparked a remarkable change from Arsene Wenger's men. After managing to pip most of the Premier league giants for the transfer of Mesut Ozil, the club are currently top of the table with a one-point advantage.

HENRY JOINS INDIA TOUR

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry and other superstars of football such as Robert Pires and Hernan Crespo are being the target of playing in a new Indian tournament which is aimed at cashing in on growing domestic interest in the sport as the organizers explained.

"The Indian youth follows a lot of European football. So we definitely want to bring in their expertise, experience and fan following," the spokesman told AFP.

Yorke, Saha, Ljungberg, Pires and Crespo had been confirmed to play, the spokesman said, adding that Henry "could be a potential".

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