Report: Thierry Henry to begin coaching in Arsenal's academy
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry will begin coaching in the club's youth development and could become a manager one day, according to their current manager.
Former star striker Thierry Henry is reportedly being offered the opportunity to begin coaching with his former club Arsenal, according to The Mirror.
Henry, who is currently working for Sky Sports as an analyst, made 254 appearances when he was a member of the club from 1999-2007. He scored 174 goals in his eight years. Henry will work with the youth organization to gain more hands-on experience.
Current Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he believes Henry will have a future as a coach, as long as he adjusts to the different type of pressure involved.
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