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Thierry Henry Announces He’s Leaving Sky Sports to Pursue Becoming An Elite Manager

Thierry Henry Announces He’s Leaving Sky Sports to Pursue Becoming An Elite Manager

Thierry Henry is leaving punditry to pursue his career as an elite-level manager, and has posted a classy goodbye message to his former employers at Sky Sports.

The former Arsenal and France striker has been working at Sky ever since retiring as a player in December 2014, and was reportedly one of the corporation’s highest-paid pundits on several million pounds per-year.

But after becoming Belgium assistant manager to Roberto Martinez back in 2016, it seems Henry has been bitten by the management bug, and the end of the World Cup marks the start of his push to finally become a No.1 in his own right.

The 40-year-old took to social media to reveal he won’t be gracing our TV screens throughout next season’s Premier League campaign – and outlined his plans to become the French Pep Guardiola:

Do you think Henry is ready to become a manager in English football?

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