Thierry Henry Says the Form of Sanchez Crucial in Arsenal’s Title Challenge

Arsenal icon Thierry Henry believes that the club can win the Premier League title this season only if winger Alexis Sanchez is on his top form.

Arsenal have once again made a strong start to the league campaign which has led to talk of a potential title challenge. Over the past decade, there have been several false challenges from the gunners. This time around, they could be a serious proposition given the strength in depth that they have throughout the pitch. Olivier Giroud and Robin Van Persie have been the major source of course goals for the club over the last decade.


Diogo Kotscho, one of the spokesmen of Orlando City SC, has hit back at the previous Selecao manager Dunga who had blamed the soft training regime of the MLS sides for the fragility of their players.

Dunga picked Kaka, who is an MLS player, twice for Selecao duty, but, both times the veteran broke down within a couple of days in his camp and Dunga said the reason was that he had been playing in a league like Major League Soccer where the training system was not quite up there.

Thierry Henry is already making an impact with Belgium

It’s been around 1 month since Thierry Henry was appointed as the 2nd assistant manager of the Belgium national football team and even though it has not been a significantly long period of time since Henry has taken over in this new role, his impact is already being felt as RomeloLukaku has revealed details concerning Henry and what the Frenchman has done.

‘’He is really with us and not at all distant. Sometimes he comes to drink a cup of tea or play Playstation with us. With Benteke and Hazard, he took us aside. He corrected my way of escaping a marker.’’


Former Arsenal player Thierry Henry says he is happy that his national rejoined the Premier League to play for the Red Devils.

French international Paul Pogba made the move to Old Trafford, amidst calls that the transfer price of £89 million was too much for the player. Henry, who rejected an opportunity to coach the youth team of Arsenal FC to retain his job at Sky Sports, said he was happy about the move but hopes that coach Jose Mourinho would use him in attacking position in his squad.


Arsenal legend Thierry Henry still dreams of managing his former club despite turning down a role to try out with the Under 18 team.

The Frenchman returned to continue his television career with Sky Sports. Sportsmail analyst Charles Sale earlier revealed how long time coach of Arsenal Arsene Wenger asked the former star player to leave his job with the Sport News outfit and fully commit to Arsenal or leave.

Thierry Henry voices his support towards Belgium’s Eden Hazard

There was a point in time when Chelsea’s Eden Hazard was the most coveted young player in the Premier League and Europe but things has fallen apart for the Belgium attacker as he has been struggling for the 25 year old player after only being able to score 4 goals during the 2015-16 season of the Premier League.

4 goals in 1 season is extremely disappointing for a player who previously had score 14 goals during successive seasons and his performances all together have recently been very underwhelming.


Arsenal legend and current youth team coach; Thierry Henry aired his views on a Premier League 15/16 Season Review show on the coming of Bayern Munich boss, Pep Guardiola.

The famed English Premier League centre forward added that he believes the former Barcelona coach will get the best out of the Manchester City squad.

Thierry Henry advises Wenger to sign N’Golo Kante from Leicester City

As each season goes by, Arsenal always seems to manage snatching a top 4 spot in the Premier League but are just not able to actually push through and make that final charge for the 1rst place of the English league and this current season is no different as Arsenal has sealed 64 points from the opening 35 league games that have been played so far. Leicester City is well on their way of making history as they are only a few points away from becoming the new champions of England.