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Thierry Henry

1 Dec 2019
Thierry Henry believes PSG will win the UEFA Champions League one day but has told the club's fans to be patient.
21 Nov 2019
"We will have to work hard," says former French striker Thierry Henry during a press conference as he joins Montreal Impact in the Major League Soccer as head coach.
25 Jan 2019
AS Monaco have suspended coach Thierry Henry until a final decision is made on his future, the Ligue 1 club said in a statement on Thursday.
25 Jan 2019
Weekend game against Dijon is going to be war - Henry
12 Jan 2019
He played well but we must manage his fitness - Henry on Lopes

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