Thierry Henry Retires From Football

Thierry Henry, ex- French international and former Arsenal striker has announced his retirement from football.

While stressing that he has been fortunate to have an amazing career, Henry said he would be joining a line-up of football experts that includes Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness at Sky Sports to provide quality football analysis on television.

“I’ve been fortunate enough to have had an amazing playing career with many incredible memories and now I can’t wait for the next chapter to begin with Sky Sports.

“I played for some of the best teams in football and now I’m joining what I think is the best team in television. I’m looking forward to joining the guys and helping to provide Sky Sports viewers with the best possible analysis. I can’t wait,” Henry said.

Henry, who lifted more than 35 major individual and team trophies including the World Cup and European Championship for France, also won the Champions League and La Liga with Barcelona. He equally won the Premier League and FA Cup at Arsenal, the French League at Monaco and the MLS Shield with the New York Red Bulls.

He is the all-time leading goal scorer in the history of both Arsenal and France. He was also an integral member of the historic Arsenal Premier League-winning ‘Invincible’ team of 2004.

In addition to these, he holds an enviable record of being named on two occasions as winner of the European Golden boot and four-time winner of the English Premier League Golden Boot.

He was also named the winner of the French Player of the Year on five occasions, among many other awards.

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