‘I’m done with Europe’, says Thierry Henry

New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry has said that he will never play in Europe again.

Thierry Henry back training with Arsenal

Arsenal great Thierry Henry has returned to training with the Premier League side in a bid to maintain fitness ahead of the start of the Major League Soccer season in the United States.

Henry to renounce his World Cup bonus

Thierry Henry confirmed he would be renouncing his World Cup bonus following France’s disastrous display in South Africa.

Henry and Anelka will donate World Cup bonuses

France strikers Thierry Henry and Nicolas Anelka have agreed to give up their World Cup-related bonuses after it was revealed they had yet to do so, French Sports minister Chantal Jouanno said on Wednesday.

Henry and Anelka yet to give up World Cup bonuses

Thierry Henry and Nicolas Anelka have yet to formally give up their World Cup-related bonuses.

Henry feasts on familiar foes before Spurs rally to win

Thierry Henry scored more important goals during his career but few promised as much hope to a new legion of fans than his strike for the New York Red Bulls in a 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday.

Henry given the royal treatment in New York

Following in the footsteps of Pele and David Beckham, Thierry Henry has arrived in the United States as a soccer missionary and scoffed at the notion Major League Soccer is a retirement fund for players.

France striker Henry announces international retirement

Thierry Henry said he is retiring from the French national soccer team.

Beckham welcomes Henry move, Giggs another possibility

Thierry Henry`s move to the New York Red Bulls is another boost for Major League Soccer and the profile of the sport in America, David Beckham said on Wednesday.

Henry signs for New York Red Bulls

French football star Thierry Henry has signed for New York Red Bulls on a long-term deal,
the US club announced on Wednesday.

Henry and Toure to leave Barcelona

Barcelona have agreed to sell France striker Thierry Henry and Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure, the Spanish champions said.

Sarkozy meets Thierry Henry over French WC fiasco

Football star Thierry Henry met Nicolas Sarkozy at the Elysee palace on Thursday as the president demanded answers over the French team`s humiliating exit from the World Cup.

Pedro shows appetite for big game hunting

If France captain Thierry Henry lacks match fitness at the World Cup finals this year, it is because he has been consigned to the bench by the meteoric rise of his Barcelona team mate Pedro.

I`ll always be an Arsenal fan, says Henry

Barcelona`s Thierry Henry admitted that he`ll always be an Arsenal fan despite hoping to deliver a knockout blow to his former club`s Champions League hopes this week.

Lampard says no qualms about doing a ‘Henry’ for England

England midfielder Frank Lampard has admitted that he would not mind ‘cheating’ like France striker Thierry Henry did against Ireland if it meant getting his team through to the World Cup final.

French fans jeer captain Henry

France captain Thierry Henry said he understood why fans were jeering him after persistent booing from the home crowd during the 2-0 loss to Spain in a World Cup warmup match at the Stade de France on Wednesday.

Henry not afraid to face Paris crowd after handball row

Thierry Henry, heavily criticised by French fans for his controversial handball in a World Cup playoff, said he was not worried about the reception he receives when France host Spain on Wednesday.

Platini backs Henry handball referee for World Cup

Swedish referee Martin Hansson, who was at the centre of the Thierry Henry handball controversy in France`s World Cup qualification, deserved to be picked for the finals, UEFA president Michel Platini said on Saturday.

Henry not solely to blame for France furore, says Messi

Thierry Henry should not solely be blamed for his part in the controversial goal that sent France to the 2010 World Cup finals, Ballon d’Or winner and Barcelona team mate Lionel Messi said.

Henry, Ibrahimovic help Barca scrape past spirited Xerez

Thierry Henry and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored in the second half as Barcelona squeezed past bottom club Xerez 2-0 to go five points clear at the top of La Liga on Wednesday.