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Thierry Henry
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Personal information
Full name Thierry Daniel Henry
Date of birth 17 August 1977 (1977-08-17) (age 43)
Place of birth    Les Ulis, Essonne, Flag of France France
Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current club Flag of Canada Montreal Impact (manager)
Youth clubs
1983–1989
1989–1990
1990-1992
1992
1992-1994
Flag of France CO Les Ulis
Flag of France US Palaiseau
Flag of France Viry-Châtillon
Flag of France Clairefontaine
Flag of France Monaco
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1994–1999
1999
1999-2007
2007–2010
2010–2014
2012
Total
Flag of France Monaco
Flag of Italy Juventus
England Arsenal
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of the United States New York Red Bulls
EnglandArsenal (loan)
105 0(20)
016 00(3)
254 (174)
080 0(35)
122 0(51)
0000(1)
581 (284)   
National team
1997
1997-2010
Flag of France France U20
Flag of France France
0000(3)
123 0(51)
Teams managed
2016–2018
2018–2019
2019–
Belgium Belgium (assistant)
Flag of France Monaco
Flag of Canada Montreal Impact

Thierry Daniel Henry (born 17 August 1977) is a French professional football coach and former player who is currently the manager of Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact.

Considered one of the best strikers of all-time, Henry made his professional debut with Monaco in 1994, where good form led to an international call-up in 1998, after which he signed for defending Serie A champions Juventus. Limited playing time, combined with disagreements with club hierarchy, led to him signing for Premier League club Arsenal for £11 million in 1999.

It was at Arsenal that Henry made his name as a world-class player. Under long-time mentor and coach Arsène Wenger, Henry became a prolific striker and Arsenal's all-time leading scorer with 228 goals in all competitions. He received the Premier League Golden Boot a record four times. Henry won two FA Cups and two league titles at the club, including one unbeaten. In 2003 and 2004, Henry was the runner-up for the FIFA World Player of the Year. He was named the PFA Players' Player of the Year twice, and the FWA Footballer of the Year three times, and has been named in the UEFA Team of the Year five times. Henry spent his final two seasons with Arsenal as club captain, leading them to the 2006 UEFA Champions League Final.

In June 2007, after eight years with Arsenal, he transferred to Barcelona for a fee of €24 million. In 2009, he was an integral part of the club's historic treble when they won La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Champions League. He went on to achieve an unprecedented sextuple by also winning the Supercopa de España, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup. In 2010, he joined New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer (MLS), where he won the MLS Supporters' Shield in 2013. He also returned to Arsenal on loan for two months in 2012, before retiring in 2014.

Henry enjoyed sustained success with France, winning the 1998 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2000 and 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup. In October 2007, he became his country's record goalscorer. After amassing 123 appearances and 51 goals, Henry retired from international football after the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Henry was also one of the top commercially marketed footballers; he was ranked ninth in the world in 2006.

After retiring, Henry transitioned into coaching, and was appointed as an assistant coach at Belgium in 2016, before assuming the role as the head coach at former club Monaco in 2018. He was relieved of his duties at Monaco in January 2019, and returned to MLS less than a year later to manage the Montreal Impact.

Honours

Club

Monaco
Arsenal
Barcelona
New York Red Bulls

National

France
Winner: France 1998
Runners-up: Germany 2006
Winner: Belgium & Netherlands 2000
Winner: France 2003
Winner: Morocco 2000

External links

Template:Montreal Impact squad

Major League Soccer head coaches 2020
Eastern Conference

De Boer (Atlanta United FC) · Vacant (Chicago Fire) · Jans (FC Cincinnati) · Porter (Columbus Crew SC) · Olsen (D.C. United) · Vacant (Inter Miami CF) · Henry (Montreal Impact) · Arena (New England Revolution) · Vacant (New York City FC) · Armas (New York Red Bulls) · Pareja (Orlando City SC) · Curtin (Philadelphia Union) · Vanney (Toronto FC)

Western Conference

Fraser (Colorado Rapids) · Gonzalez (FC Dallas) · Ramos (Houston Dynamo) · Bradley (Los Angeles FC) · Barros Schelotto (LA Galaxy) · Heath (Minnesota United FC) · Smith (Nashville SC) · Savarese (Portland Timbers) · Juarez (Real Salt Lake) · Almeyda (San Jose Earthquakes) · Schmetzer (Seattle Sounders FC) · Vermes (Sporting Kansas City) · Dos Santos (Vancouver Whitecaps FC)

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France – 1998 FIFA World Cup

1. Lama 2. Candela 3. Lizarazu 4. Vieira 5. Blanc 6. Djorkaeff 7. Deschamps (c) 8. Desailly 9. Guivarc'h 10. Zidane 11. Pires 12. Henry 13. Diomède 14. Boghossian 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Petit 18. Leboeuf 19. Karembeu 20. Trezeguet 21. Dugarry 22. Charbonnier

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France – UEFA Euro 2000

1. Lama 2. Candela 3. Lizarazu 4. Vieira 5. Blanc 6. Djorkaeff 7. Deschamps 8. Desailly 9. Anelka 10. Zidane 11. Pirès 12. Henry 13. Wiltord 14. Micoud 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Petit 18. Leboeuf 19. Karembeu 20. Trezeguet 21. Dugarry 22. Ramé

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France – 2002 FIFA World Cup



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France – 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Landreau 2. Mexès 3. Lizarazu 4. Boumsong 5. Gallas 6. Dacourt 7. Pirès 8. Desailly 9. Cissé 10. Giuly 11. Wiltord 12. Henry 13. Silvestre 14. Rothen 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Kapo 18. Pedretti 19. Sagnol 20. Marlet 21. Dabo 22. Govou 23. Coupet

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France – UEFA Euro 2004

1. Landreau 2. Boumsong 3. Lizarazu 4. Vieira 5. Gallas 6. Makélélé 7. Pirès 8. Desailly 9. Saha 10. Zidane 11. Wiltord 12. Henry 13. Silvestre 14. Rothen 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Dacourt 18. Pedretti 19. Sagnol 20. Trezeguet 21. Marlet 22. Govou 23. Coupet

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France – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Runners-up

1. Landreau 2. Boumsong 3. Abidal 4. Vieira 5. Gallas 6. Makélélé 7. Malouda 8. Dhorasoo 9. Govou 10. Zidane 11. Wiltord 12. Henry 13. Silvestre 14. Saha 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Givet 18. Diarra 19. Sagnol 20. Trezeguet 21. Chimbonda 22. Ribéry 23. Coupet

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France – UEFA Euro 2008

1. Mandanda 2. Boumsong 3. Abidal 4. Vieira 5. Gallas 6. Makélélé 7. Malouda 8. Anelka 9. Benzema 10. Govou 11. Nasri 12. Henry 13. Evra 14. Clerc 15. Thuram 16. Frey 17. Squillaci 18. Gomis 19. Sagnol 20. Toulalan 21. Diarra 22. Ribéry 23. Coupet

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France – 2010 FIFA World Cup

1. Lloris 2. Sagna 3. Abidal 4. Réveillère 5. Gallas 6. Planus 7. Ribéry 8. Gourcuff 9. Cissé 10. Govou 11. Gignac 12. Henry 13. Evra 14. Toulalan 15. Malouda 16. Mandanda 17. Squillaci 18. Diarra 19. Diaby 20. Valbuena 21. Anelka 22. Clichy 23. Carrasso

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