October 13, 2018. How Monaco announces Thierry Henry's arrival as head coach. A huge bet by the princely team who decided to hand the team's keys in crisis to an inexperienced technician. Roberto Martinez's assistant in the Belgian selection, the former Arsenal striker and FC Barcelona were enthusiastic and very motivated to take on his first big challenge as a coach. But everything did not go as he had hoped. Despite the goodwill, the ASM continued to sink into crisis. As he relied on the winter measure to revive the Monegasque machine, including the arrival of Cesc Fabregas, Henry was cut with wings in full flight.
Indeed, residents at Louis II Stadium decided to thank him at the end of January and turned to Leonardo ardardim, who made his comeback a few months after his departure. After this disastrous experience, Thierry Henry still wanted to return to the ministry. In recent months, his name has been linked to several clubs or national teams. There was talk of a return to the Belgian squad, but also interest from European clubs and FC New York City in Major League Soccer.
" Montreal Impact announced on Thursday Thierry Henry's engagement "
But in the end, the 98 world champions will be officiated at another MLS club. This Thursday afternoon, the Canadian television channel VAT Sports has revealed that Thierry Henry will become the new coach of Impact Montreal. Training led by Wilmer Cabrera after Remy Garde's departure at the end of August. The information was made official on the eve of the club. Henry will take over the team for the new season
" Montreal Impact announced on Thursday Thierry Henry's hiring of Montreal Impact's head coach. Henry signed a two-year contract, with an option for 2022. Henry, 42, is considered one of the best strikers in the history of world football. After a glorious 20-year career, Henry retired as a professional player on December 16, 2014. He then became coach of the Arsenal English Academy in February 2015 "Can we read about the announcement of the Montreal club. Opportunity for him to find a bench and prove to be well-placed for the job after his failed pass to AS Monaco.
Welcome to Montreal Thierry Henry!
Welcome to Montreal @ThierryHenry !
– Montreal Impact (@impactmontreal) November 14, 2019