Thierry Henry- Former Footballer (In a Nutshell)
- Thierry Henry was born in France on August 17th, 1977.
- He was a striker.
- In his youth career he played for Monaco.
- During his senior career he has played for Monaco B, Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona and New York Red Bulls who loaned him out to Arsenal.
- Having represented France U20 and France in 123 games and scoring 51 goals in 123 is remarkable.
- He has been a senior coach at Monaco and is currently an assistant coach for Belgium.
Thierry Henry- Former Footballer (Nitty Gritty)
- “My dad taught me never to be satisfied, to want more and know that what is done is done.”- Thierry Henry
- “To say my dad pushed me is an understatement. I was naturally drawn to football.”- Thierry Henry
- “I always have a football handy at home and I’ll play with it. Sometimes I’ll get on my wife’s nerves. But the moment I’ve got a ball at my feet, I’m happy.”- Thierry Henry
- “People always see the goals, and for me, strikers are not only about scoring goals.”- Thierry Henry
Thierry Henry- Former Footballer (What sets him apart)
- “I always think about what I missed, and I think that was my driving force – never be satisfied with what I’ve done.”- Thierry Henry
- “So many people say that obviously my game has changed since I arrived here and I say that it’s good that it changed, otherwise I would show a lack of intelligence.”- Thierry Henry
- “In football you always get judged on your last game. Whoever you are, or how amazing you are, it’s the last game that everyone has seen.”- Thierry Henry
Thierry Henry- Former Footballer (Final Thoughts)
- “I don’t like to plan anything.”- Thierry Henry
- “So few people recognize me, I can do what anyone does.”- Thierry Henry
- “I only deal in what is real. To be honest, I’ve never thought about what I could get out of football or where it would take me. I just wanted to play. I’m the same now.”- Thierry Henry