Thierry Henry begin Coaching Career

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.”

NASRI: CUT OUT MISTAKES

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 gives total credit to Galatasaray

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.

SANCHEZ THE NEW HENRY

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.

GErrard relieved about Liverpool success

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.

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.

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