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.”
Henry did not only make a huge impact with Arsenal during his playing career but he also managed to make a name for himself at the international stage as he scored over 50 goals as well as also making more than 120 appearances.
ZinedineZidane and Thierry Henry are considered to be 2 of the best football players that have emerged from France in the past 50 years and both of them will be honored for all of their contributions at the international stage for their country.
On March 26 of 2015, France will be hosting Brazil in a friendly match and before the game kicks off, the French Football Federation (FFF) is going to be giving a special homage to Zidane and Henry as well as a group of other players who have played a huge role for France in the past years.
"We're going to honor all the players who have more than 100 international appearances. There will be a ceremony at the stadium before the game and they will go on the pitch." This was the statement that was released by the President of the French Football Federation, Noel Le Graet.
Thierry Henry is not the only player that has returned to his former club and continues playing an important role as ZinedineZidane is a coach for the younger players of Real Madrid.