Thierry Henry

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THIERRY HENRY

REAL LIFE
One of the Premier League’s all-time great strikers, Henry’s incredibly elegant yet unbelievably deadly finishing won him the Golden Boot four times in his eight years at the club.

A World Cup winner on home turf in 1998, the Frenchman is his country’s top scorer having amassed 51 goals in 123 appearances.
Full name
Thierry Daniel Henry

Date of birth
17 August 1977

Place of birth
Les Ulis, France

Height
1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)

Playing position
Striker
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
5MONACO14128
0JUVENTUS193
8ARSENAL369226
3BARCELONA12149
4NEW YORK RED BULLS13552
0ARSENAL72

YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
13🇫🇷 FRANCE12351
ITEMS
Base Version

1997

A young Thierry Henry rose to prominence at Monaco in 1996 where the then manager, Arsène Wenger, deployed him as a winger. Henry’s pace and skill was highly effective and he helped Monaco to the Ligue 1 title in 1996-97, and a few months later, the Trophée des Champions title.

Another successful season followed where Henry was part of the French 1998 FIFA World Cup™ winning squad. Despite being relatively unknown initially on the international stage, he finished the tournament as France’s top goal scorer with 3 goals.
Mid Version

2009

After an injury laden campaign in 2006-07, Henry moved to Spanish giant Barcelona in 2007 at a cost of €24 million. Henry was deployed mostly on the left whilst at Barcelona and enjoyed huge success in the 2008-09 season.

Playing in a deadly front 3 alongside Leo Messi and Samuel Eto’o, the trio set a then record 72 La Liga goals between them. Henry’s contributions also led Barcelona to a famous ‘sextuple’ as they won 6 different competitions in 2009.
Prime Version

2002

Thierry Henry had his greatest career success at Arsenal where he spent 8 years between 1999 and 2007. He surpassed Ian Wright to become Arsenal’s record goal-scorer in 2005 and lifted two Premier League trophies and two FA Cups.

Henry’s blistering pace and exceptional finishing made him one of the deadliest strikers in Premier League history and was the 5th all-time leading Premier League scorer as of 2017, despite only playing 8 full seasons in England.

 YEARRTGPOSPACSHOPASDRIDEFPHY
BASE199787LW938279874368
MID200990LW908885875177
PRIME200293ST949183905380
RELEASE TIMES
BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020


Icons
BASE
September 2019 – September 2020

MID
September 2019 – September 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

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