Arsenal legend and former AS Monaco manager, Thierry Henry has told the media that he is not done with management despite a disastrous start to his coaching career.
The French goal machine has all the belief in himself to succeed, much like he had as a player.
“I manage to go to games without people noticing me, which is great,” Henry said. “Sometimes I go to Arsenal and people don’t even know I’m there.”
He added, “Call me crazy if you want, but I love football and I believe I can be a successful coach. I’m not thinking about the pain, I’m not thinking about failure. I don’t like easy. I like to lead and it’s on me to make it happen.”
Henry has formerly been the assistant manager at Belgium where he has done brilliantly well in improving the team by building players like Hazard and Mertens into complete players from dangerous wingers.
However, his next job saw him take over as AS Monaco boss where he tried the hard way but his route gave him lottle joy as the club deteriorated on and the pitch.
However, Henry remains a talented football educated person. Should he get a job soon?
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