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ProfileWithout doubt, one of the top Strikers in the world. Arrived at Highbury after a disappointing time in Italy where he failed to find his form with Juventus. Arsene Wenger has since got the best of the French flyer after converting him from a winger into a more central striker. The Arsenal manager originally managed Henry during their time at Monaco.
|Date of Birth:|| 17/08/1977|
|Place of Birth:|| Ulis|
|Height:|| 6.01 (1.83 m)|
|Weight:|| 13.01 (83.0 Kg)|
|Lewis Hunt: Some tough last games - 25/05/2004|
Lewis looks back on the last few games of the season and answers a number of questions relating to the season as a whole. More
|Peter Clarke: The PFA Awards - 26/04/2004|
Peter tells us who he voted for in the PFA awards and also looks at the Premiership battle for both fourth place and fight to drop down to the Nationwide. More
|Gavin Peacock: Tonight's the night - 06/04/2004|
Gavin looks to this evenings Champions League encounter between Arsenal and Chelsea. More
|John Beresford: You've got a job to do! - 07/02/2003|
On Sunday we’ll face the side who I believe have the greatest squad, play the most attractive football, and who should be the 2003/2003 Premiership Champions. But before the game, when you’re in the pub, sitting on the bus, train, metro, or driving to the game, I want you all to realise just how important you can be to your club. More
|John Beresford: Racism - will it ever go away? - 15/10/2002|
What UEFA do about it I don’t know, but perhaps the wholesale banning of fans is the wrong approach – what about decent fans, and the effect on football? We’d be harming the game and letting the idiots beat us. More
| Internet Stories: 21 articles|
|HENRY - France need soul, says Henry - 07/09/2004|
You never reach a very high level in an instant," Thierry Henry told sports daily L'Equipe the next day. "What counts is creating a team. ... www.mg.co.za
|HENRY - considered retiring from France squad - 03/09/2004|
Striker Thierry Henry says he considered retiring from the international game after France\'s disappointing ... www.reuters.co.uk
|HENRY - Fans arrested after Henry incident - 09/08/2004|
... Sunday at the Community Shield match between Arsenal and Manchester United after a bottle and cigarette lighter were thrown at Gunners forward Thierry Henry. ... sport.iafrica.com
|CAMPBELL, VIERA, HENRY - trio could miss opener - 30/07/2004|
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that key trio Sol Campbell, Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry could all miss the start of the season. ... www.goal.com
|HENRY - 'hey, what's English for va-va-voom?' - 09/07/2004|
Thierry Henry speaks the word - or more precisely, asks just what it means - in prime-time plugs for Renault, which hired the suave Arsenal striker to give its ... www.iol.co.za
British footballers abroad: Will Ravel Morrison be the new Paul Gascoigne or Kevin Keegan?
In one of the more unlikely-seeming transfers of the January window, Ravel Morrison has joined Lazio, the sixth club of the 21-year-oldâ€™s career. [More]
Manchester City midfielder Fernando finds his feet in Premier League's non-stop 'running' game
Every footballer who comes to England is surprised by some aspect of our game. For Fernando it was the fact that players â€śare always runningâ€ť. [More]
Danny Ings to Liverpool: Anfield club attempt to steal a march on rivals in race to sign Burnley striker
Liverpool are attempting to beat other Premier League clubs to sign Burnleyâ€™s Danny Ings, through a deal which allow the selling club to keep him until the summer to help their fight for Premier League survival, The Independent understands. [More]
Premier League weekend predictions: Will Chelsea widen the gap at the top with victory against Manchester City?
Will Manchester City cast their FA Cup woes aside? Will West Ham beat Liverpool at Anfield for the first time since 1963? Will QPR finally win an away game? The Independent's Simon Rice and James Orr offer their predictions for this weekend's matches. [More]
Gabriel Paulista: Arsenal 'convinced about his quality' as Arsene Wenger reveals lengthy scouting process
Arsenal's new Brazilian defender Gabriel Paulista has all the qualities needed to be a big hit in the Barclays Premier League, according to manager Arsene Wenger. [More]
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Liverpool vs West Ham: Daniel Sturridge comeback decision to wait until Friday
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will wait until Friday before deciding whether to give Daniel Sturridge his comeback in Saturday's Premier League game at West Ham. [More]
Frank Lampard return to Chelsea: Ron Harris warns it 'might blow up' if midfielder scores for Manchester City
Chelsea great Ron Harris and supporters chiefs have told fans to forget about Frank Lampard for 90 minutes on Saturday and back the Blues. [More]
Manchester City forge links with St Etienne to source talent
Manchester City â€“ whose sister clubs in New York and Melbourne are turning them into an international sports franchise â€“ are developing a working relationship with the French side St Etienne, with which Uefa president Michel Platini has strong links. [More]
Chelsea vs Manchester City: Diego Costa set to miss vital clash after charge for stamping
Diego Costa is almost certain to miss Saturdayâ€™s Premier League match against Manchester City after the Chelsea striker was hit with a violent conduct charge by the Football Association for his first-half stamp on Liverpoolâ€™s Emre Can during Tuesdayâ€™s Capital One Cup semi-final second leg. [More]
Premier League insists there is no basis for Virgin Media to ask for TV rights to be delayed
The Premier League has insisted there is no legal basis to halt its sale of domestic TV rights for the 2016-19 seasons after Virgin Media asked broadcast regulator Ofcom to delay the auction. [More]
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Diego Costa: Chelsea striker charged with violent conduct after stamping on Emre Can... but faces no action for Martin Skrtel incident
Diego Costa has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association following his clash with Emre Can in Chelsea's Capital One Cup semi-final second leg win over Liverpool. [More]
Diego Costa 'gave his life' for Chelsea, says Eden Hazard after win over Liverpool
Eden Hazard has hailed Diego Costa as an inspiration to Chelsea after the striker's controversial role in helping the Blues to the Capital One Cup final at the expense of Liverpool. [More]
Jose Mourinho fined ÂŁ25,000 after secret FA hearing - and Diego Costa could soon be in trouble too
Jose Mourinho has been fined ÂŁ25,000 by the Football Association but escaped a touchline ban for his claims that there was a â€ścampaignâ€ť against Chelsea. [More]
Juan Mata desperate for Manchester United to return to Champions League, but says battle is between 'five teams'
Juan Mata won the Champions League three years ago, but now he can barely watch the competition out of pure jealousy. [More]
Bojan Krkic injury: Stoke worried forward may not be back in time for pre-season
Stoke City fear that Bojan Krkicâ€™s rupture of the cruciate ligament in his left knee is serious enough that he may not be back in time for pre-season in July-August, ahead of the 2015-2016 season. [More]
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Victor Valdes plays his first match for Manchester United Under-21s, buts makes a howler to let in Liverpool's only shot on target
Victor Valdes took a step closer to a return to first-team football after making his club debut for Manchester United following the completion his free transfer earlier this month, but he may want to get a few more minutes under his belt before he can dream of a competitive debut after letting in a goal that really should have been saved. [More]
Fabian Delph says his team-mates were shocked when he stayed at Aston Villa
Fabian Delph has admitted his Aston Villa team-mates were shocked to hear he had signed a new deal. [More]
Robin van Persie: Manchester United players behind Louis van Gaal, despite recent poor form
Robin van Perise has admitted that Manchester United players are still confident in Louis van Gaal, despite a recent run of poor results. [More]
Robin van Persie contract: 'It's not up to me,' says Manchester United striker on new deal
Robin van Persie admits he has no idea whether he will sign a contract extension at Manchester United. [More]
John Carver: Newcastle confirm Carver will remain in charge of the Magpies until the end of the season
John Carver has been confirmed as the man to lead Newcastle through to the end of the season, after the club admitted defeat in their attempt to land an immediate successor to Alan Pardew. [More]
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