Arsenal Legend Thierry Henry is back in field –not as a player but a club manager.
The former Arsenal striker has been appointed as the head coach of Montreal Impact, a Canadian professional soccer team based in Montreal, Quebec, on a two year contract.
The clubs official stadia, where Thierry will be seen officially, is the Saputo/Olympic Stadium in Montreal.
The 42-year-old Frenchman spent two years as the assistant manager of Belgian national team.
In 2018, after leaving Belgium the French International assumed a managerial role at his former club Monaco, where he served until January 2019.
Thierry remains Arsenal’s all-time leading scorer with 228 goals in all competitions he appeared under Arsene Wenger.
He made his professional debut with Monaco in 1994, and in 1998 he signed for defending Serie A champions Juventus.
The striker later joined Arsenal in 1999, signing a deal worth £11 million with the Premier League side.
Thierry made the Premier League Golden Boot a record four times, winning two FA Cups and two league titles at the club, including one unbeaten.
In 2003/2004, Henry was the runner-up for the FIFA World Player of the Year and was named the PFA Players' Player of the Year twice, the FWA Footballer of the Year three times and has also been named in the UEFA Team of the Year five times.
He spent his final two seasons with Arsenal as club captain, leading them to the 2006 UEFA Champions League Final.