Ligue 1 side Monaco has suspended former Arsenal player Thierry Henry as the club’s head coach.
Henry joined Monaco back in October 2018 after replacing Leonardo Jardim but what he has been off to was a nightmare.
Back at Arsenal, the former forward had good record scoring many goals for the Gunners but it must be the management duty that is a little bit harder.
More than one Henry has been mentioned more than once as the potential candidate to replace Arsene Wenger before Arsenal opted for Unai Emery.
The 41 year old has been recording poor results in Monaco managing losses and many draws.
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It’s still unclear why the club has just suspended Henry when they are destined to sack him any way if the current results from Monaco are anything to go by.
In an official statement AS Monaco said “AS Monaco announces that it has decided to suspend its duties as coach of the first team Thierry Henry from this day and waiting for a final decision.”