Home Community General Football Artist, architect, revolutionary, how Thierry Henry transformed English football

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    maverick1973
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    As far as weird moves go,surely leaving sexy Australia and moving to a strange place called Finland……………….?????

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    nine nine nine
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    Loved watching Henry even when he stuffed us. Fabulous player.

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    maverick1973
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    Anything like this,9?

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    nine nine nine
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    Mav, They were all painful mate.šŸ˜

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    maverick1973
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    9,he tore everyone to shreds m8,the man was devilishly amazing.

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    newbalance
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    I think I’m in the minority where Henry is concerned, in his heyday.

    The one moment I took to his liking was when Wenger brought him back for a ‘Cameo’ and he found the net against Leeds.

    It’s funny that in my nature, I’m attuned to nostalgia, but now when I rewind back to the noughties especially, albeit our CL2005 and FA2006 triumphs, I really don’t hold any interest.

    Football actually seems more enjoyable and competitive, if you cut out the media hype and the excessive analysis, stats and punditry.

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