Thierry Henry: Bournemouth want to hold talks with ex-Arsenal star about becoming new boss

Bournemouth want to hold talks with Thierry Henry about becoming their subsequent supervisor.

The 43-year-old, who’s presently head coach of MLS aspect CF Montreal, is on a shortlist alongside his ex-Arsenal team-mate Patrick Vieira, in addition to the previous Schalke and Huddersfield supervisor David Wagner and present caretaker boss Jonathan Woodgate.

The Cherries board have been locked in talks about changing Jason Tindall, who was sacked originally of February, and are pursuing Henry for the position.

He took his present job in November 2019 when the membership had been often called Montreal Impact and, in his first season, the crew made the play-offs for the primary time since 2016, finally eradicated by New England Revolution within the first spherical.

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He is presently making ready the crew for the 2021 MLS season, which begins in April, having introduced in 11 new gamers together with Canada worldwide Zorhan Bassong from Cercle Brugge. However, they’ve misplaced ex-Barcelona participant Bojan.

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Thierry Henry delivers a passionate pre-match speech forward of Montreal Impact’s match with DC United.

Henry started his teaching profession with Arsenal’s youth groups earlier than becoming Roberto Martinez’s assistant with the Belgium nationwide crew. He left Belgium to take his first head coach position at his former membership Monaco in 2018.

Henry had ended his spell as a pundit on Sky Sports to take up the full-time job however it didn’t work out, as he was sacked after three months in cost, having received solely two league matches.

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After his sacking, French soccer knowledgeable Jonathan Johnson instructed Sky Sports {that a} lack of respect and unhappiness amongst gamers contributed to his downfall.

“He doesn’t seem to show much respect to the players and to opponents either. So a lot of the players in the squad felt his behaviour didn’t befit that of a top club’s coach. They went to the Monaco hierarchy and the leaders of Monaco had to make a decision at that moment.”

After Montreal misplaced to New England in heart-breaking style with a last-minute Gustavo Bou objective in a 2-1 defeat final October, Henry stated: “This is by a distance the hardest thing I’ve had to deal with.

“Lots of people speaking all through the entire 12 months they usually do not have one single clue what’s taking place behind closed doorways. People like to decide and discuss.”

Henry’s groups like to dominate possession and recreate soccer patterns from his days taking part in below Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola. And he is a supervisor not afraid to give an inspirational team-talk, as captured within the behind the scenes video above, which was filmed forward of Montreal Impact’s match with DC United.

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