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Henry’s World Cup experience the ‘missing piece’ for Belgium

Belgium coach Roberto Martinez believes assistant manager Thierry Henry's World Cup-winning experience can give his side an advantage.

Ka-ching! It’s raining cash in the EPL

Records were smashed in the transfer window

A North London derby like no other

Spurs’ change in fortunes has everyone guessing they can overwhelm Arsenal

Young Gunners taste the big time

Arsenal’s Under-19s also beat Bayern Munich 2-0 on Tuesday and are setting the pace in the youth version of the European Champion’s League.

Former Arsenal great announces retirement

Former France striker Thierry Henry has announced his retirement, ending a 20-year career in which he earned a place in the pantheon of modern greats.

Star bucks and soccer rot

A lot of money has come into sport, changing it utterly, and the perils that confront rich sports stars keep mounting.

Arsenal bids farewell to Henry with Euro loss

Arsenal have said a sad farewell to Thierry Henry after losing 4-0 to AC Milan in their Champions League clash, ending their European dreams.

Henry downplays Arsenal return

Thierry Henry wants to play down expectations after marking his Arsenal comeback with the winning goal in the Gunners' FA Cup victory over Leeds.

‘No risk’ in return of King Henry

Arsene Wenger has insisted that there is no downside to his decision to re-sign Thierry Henry on a two-month loan from the New York Red Bulls.

Arsenal galvanised by talks of Henry’s return

Arsenal fans are hoping talk of Thierry Henry rejoining the club will inspire the side to victory over London rivals Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

Anelka and Henry stand firm on World Cup bonuses

Nicolas Anelka and Thierry Henry are the only players from the France squad that have yet to agree to relinquish their World Cup bonuses.

Henry announces international retirement

French striker Thierry Henry on Thursday confirmed that he has retired from international football after making 123 appearances for France.

Henry moves to New York Red Bulls

France striker Thierry Henry has signed for New York Red Bulls, the Major League Soccer team said on Wednesday.

Humble Henry learns to live on fringes … for now

When the France players visited a township on Sunday, the man all the children wanted to touch was the Cup's most famous substitute, Thierry Henry.

Henry escaped punishment for handball

France striker Thierry Henry will not be punished over the handball which led to the decisive goal in the World Cup qualifying playoff against Ireland

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