The Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is well aware of Jack Wilshere’s latent talent as a fiery midfielder, but he is worried that his long absence from the game through injury means that he will not be ready to set Europe on fire in France next month, as a lack of competitive football may be his undoing.
Why Selling Theo Walcott Would Be A Smart Move For Arsenal
Silly season is nearly upon us once more, and all Gooners will be hoping to see a lot more activity during this summer’s window than we did 12 months ago. However, in addition to recruiting new talent, it’s inherent that Arsene Wenger needs to think about shifting some of the dead wood; in my opinion, Theo Walcott should be first out of the Emirates exit door.
Arsenal are claimed to be set to offer Thierry Henry a new role as coach of the Under-18 side, while Mikel Arteta is believed to be offered the chance to join the coaching staff also.
The debate about our manager and who might take over will continue to rage among Arsenal fans, of course, for as long as Arsene Wenger is still in charge. A good summer transfer window from the Frenchman and a good start to next season will help to calm down the calls for Wenger to step down but I do not think that even winning the Premier League title would see them disappear altogether.
The Arsenal and Germany international star’s Premier League assist tally is still stuck on 18 for the season, meaning that he has just three games left to get the three more he needs to break the EPL record of 20 currently held by our very own Thierry Henry.
Jamie Redknapp has revealed that Thierry Henry is a big fan of Arsenal youngster Alex Iwobi, and has highlighted his attitude as his strong point.
The 19 year-old has hit the ground running in the first-team this season, earning the right to start matches away at Everton and Barcelona in recent weeks.
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I must admit that I would be surprised to see the Arsenal board appoint our former striker Thierry Henry as the new manager before he cut his teeth anywhere else, but stranger things have happened. And the flying Frenchman took one step closer to replacing his former mentor Arsene Wenger this week as he completed the next stage of his UEFA coaching courses.