Former CF Montreal head coach Thierry Henry has been talking to FourFourTwo magazine, back in the UK.
In an exclusive interview with the publication, he admitted his love for Arsenal was such that he’d even like to ‘cut the grass’ at The Emirates.
The job he really covets however is not upon the tractor. Henry makes no secret of the fact that he’d love to one day become manager of the North London club, but that he’s “far from” that.
“Listen, if you ask an Arsenal fan if they’d like to coach Arsenal one day, they’ll say yes,” admits Henry.
“If you ask an Arsenal fan if they’d like to score a goal for Arsenal, they’ll say yes. When I speak about it, it’s a utopia. People get carried away whenever I say that it’s my club, but I have it in my blood – I’m an Arsenal fan.”
“So if you’re asking me if one day I’d like to coach Arsenal, then yes. If you ask if one day I’d like to be Arsenal’s kit man, then yes. If you ask if one day I’d like to cut the grass at the Emirates Stadium, then yes.”
I wonder, did he ever mow the lawn at Stade Saputo?
Check out the latest The Ball Is Round Podcast (Episode 18). Recorded Wednesday evening the TBIR team discuss the general state of CF Montreal in the wake of Thierry Henry’s departure and recent Re-branding/Renaming...
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