Thierry Henry Quits Sky Sports to focus on his coaching career


Henry, who joined the Sky Sports group in 2015, has been Belgium’s aide director since 2016 under Roberto Martinez, and comes back from this current summer’s World Cup after a third-put complete in Russia.

The 40-year-old has offered his master examination on English football’s greatest matches in the course of the last three-and-a-half seasons, and talking the Premier League’s best names in Paul Pogba, Alexis Sanchez, Harry Kane and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

Henry said via web-based networking media: “In the course of the most recent four years I have had some to a great degree remunerating training encounters in football. These encounters have just made me more resolved to satisfy my long haul desire to wind up a football administrator.

“It is with bitterness, accordingly, that I have concluded that I should leave Sky Sports to empower me to invest more energy in the pitch and focus on my trip to accomplishing that objective.

“I might want to thank everybody at Sky for influencing me to feel so welcome and quiet all through my opportunity with them and I want them to enjoy all that life has to offer for what’s to come. Extraordinary recollections.”

Amid his playing vocation, Henry lifted in excess of 35 noteworthy individual and group trophies including the World Cup and European Championship for France, the Champions League and La Liga with Barcelona, the Premier League and FA Cup at Arsenal, the French League at Monaco and the MLS Shield with the New York Red Bulls.

He was twice victor of the European Golden boot, four times champ of the English Premier League Golden Boot, five times champ of the French Player of the Year, three-time champ of the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year at Arsenal and twice champ of the PFA Players’ Player of the Year.


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