Monaco coach Thierry Henry has said he wants to following the footsteps of fellow 1998 World Cup winners Zinedine Zidane and Didier Deschamps.
Henry was presented as Monaco's new manager on Wednesday, replacing Leonardo Jardim. This is the former Arsenal and Barcelona forward's first role in management and he starts off at the club where he began his career.
Deschamps, France's World Cup-winning coach, and Zidane, who left Real Madrid this summer after orchestrating a third successive Champions...
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Thierry Henry is the new manager of Monaco, sources have told ESPN FC.
The 2016-17 Ligue 1 champions sacked Leonardo Jardim earlier this week, with Henry, 41, tipped as the frontrunner to replace him. And sources confirmed on Friday that the former Arsenal and Barcelona star has signed a three-year deal with the principality club.
The move is set to be made official on Sunday, with Henry, who is already working on his staff, presented the following day, the sources indicate. He is expected...