Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, 41, has agreed to become the new manager of French soccer club, Bordeaux.
In accordance to French broadcaster RMC Sport, Henry will take over at Bordeaux, who’ve picked up zero factors from their opening two Ligue 1 fixtures.
Henry, who loved a stellar club profession with Arsenal and Barcelona, and has been working as assistant coach of the Belgian nationwide workforce, will substitute former Uruguay worldwide Gus Poyet who was just lately suspended after he criticised the club’s switch coverage at a press convention.
Following the sacking of Poyet, former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirmed that Henry who received the 1998 World Cup with France wished to take his first step into administration at Bordeaux.
‘Sure, he desires to do it, he’s clever and he has the qualities,’ Wenger informed Corse-Matin.
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