Thierry Henry has taken over as coach of Big league Soccer side Montreal Impact.
The previous France and Toolbox striker has actually signed a two-year offer, which has an alternative for 2022, with the club.
” It’s a league I understand well, in which I had some extremely nice minutes,” Henry, 42, said in a Montreal Effect statement.
” To be in Quebec, in Montreal, which has a massive multicultural heritage, it’s amazing. I have actually constantly kept an eye on the club and now I’m here.”
Montreal stopped working to make the play-offs last season and parted business with coach Wilmer Cabrera when his agreement went out at the end of the project.
” Henry will be at the helm of his new group since mid-January, when training school starts,” included the club.
Henry began his began his playing profession at Monaco in 1994 before signing up with Juventus in 1999.
After just one year in Italy, he signed for the Gunners and went on to win 2 Premier League titles and 2 FA Cups in 8 years in north London.
He then moved to Barcelona where he won the treble of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League in 2008-09
In 2010 he signed for New york city Red Bulls, that included a two-month loan spell back at Arsenal in early 2012
Henry was a World Cup winner with France in 1998 and won the European Champion two years later on, scoring 51 objectives in 123 looks for Les Bleus.
After retiring as a gamer, he signed up with Belgium’s training staff in 2016 prior to taking over as Monaco boss in October 2018.