Former Arsenal Star Thierry Henry has announced his resignation from his job of being a Sky Sports pundit as the Frenchman feels it’s the right time to focus on his managerial career.
Thierry Henry has been interested in managing ever since he retired from football a few years ago and the player was even also among the favourites to replace Arsene Wenger who left the North Londoners at the end of the 2017/18 season but he wasn’t chosen because the Arsenal board wanted a well experienced person.
Henry is currently the assistant coach of Belgium which was quite impressive in the World Cup because it became the third after defeating England on Saturday and the former Arsenal star says he quits the Sky Sports job to focus on coaching.
Thierry Henry is determined to focus on his coaching career and with this he has revealed that he has quit his Sky Sports job because of that.
“Over the last four years I have had some extremely rewarding, coaching experiences in football.” Henry wrote on his official Twitter account.
“These experiences have only made me more determined to fulfill my long-term ambition to become a football manager.”
“It is with sadness, therefore that I have decided that I must leave Sky Sports to enable me to spend more on the pitch and concentrate on my journey to achieving that goal.”
Arsenal fans will be happy that their legend has quit that decision because they used to despise him because of the comments which he makes at the Sky Sports shows because they were always negative about the gunners.
Thierry Henry also once coached the Arsenal academy team and he has earned some bit of experience there before he quit after the gunners told him to leave his Sky Sports job and focus on coaching their academy squad.