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Thierry Henry

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Without 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
Nationality: French
Height: 6.01 (1.83 m)
Weight: 13.01 (83.0 Kg)
Club: Arsenal 6 articles
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
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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. ...
HENRY - considered retiring from France squad - 03/09/2004
Striker Thierry Henry says he considered retiring from the international game after France\'s disappointing ...
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. ...
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. ...
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 ...

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