Thierry Henry dreaming of Arsenal management

After retiring from competitive football at the age of 37, Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry has signed a multimillion pound deal to become the new face of Sky television.

The Sky contract allows the former France international to start working on coaching badges and the World Cup winner himself has admitted that he would love to know more about coaching under the tutelage of Arsene Wenger.
Rather than relying on what should be considered a really impressive CV, Henry intends to work his way towards football management.

article-2522855-1A09872300000578-915_634x473While talking about the prospect of one day becoming the manager of Arsenal, Henry said that it would be a dream come true but he first needs to understand what it is to be a manager.

“You have to prove yourself first, you have to learn first. You need to be able to understand what it is to be a manager.

“Can you teach, can you be patient? All these problems. People think they are all managers in their own way, but it’s not that easy.

And while he is aware of the fact that many people would love to see him become the manager of the Gunners, Henry also understands that things don’t always work the way you expect them to which is why he would want to get everything on board before even considering returning to The Emirates.

Andrew Roach is writer and editor of SqueakyBumTime.com. A keen Arsenal fan who is always on the pulse of all things at the Emirates!