Thierry Henry Quotes

Thierry Henry Quotes

Thierry Henry is one of the greatest footballers of our times. He played as a forward for France and also played in various clubs and even for Arsenal where he is the all time record goal scorer. He’s also the top scorer for France at the international level. He made his professional debut in 1994 and was first spotted in 1990 by Monaco.

1. On Love

Love is doing something
"Love is doing something you don't want to do for someone you don't particularly like at that moment."

2. About Life

In New York it seems like
"In New York it seems like there's no Monday or Saturday or Sunday. The town is always moving. The vibe is great "

He played internationally from 1998 onwards with Juventus , inspite of which he was signed on a £11 million signing amount with Arsenal in 1999. His quotes about football are very famous and inspiring specially where he talks about being a pain for his boss but always gives his 100% and he does everything with his heart. He goes on to say that he is not calculative but acts well.

He is also an over achiever which is showcased by his quote where he says that even after an amazing game he goes home and thinks about where he missed.

He became a world class player here and a household name achieving to be the top scorer in every game. With 228 goals in all competitions with Arsenal. He was awarded two league titles and three FA Cups while he was with the Gunners. He was also runner up for FIFA World Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004. He was finally named PFA Players’ Player of the Year two time and FWA Footballer of the Year thrice. He also played briefly with New York Red Bulls.

Henry has experienced and quotes on his success with the French national team, while winning the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup and UEFA Euro 2000. Also in October 2007, he overtook Michel Platini's eastablished record to become France's top scorer of all times.

Henry has now retired from international football after the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Off the ground, he is a vocal spokesperson against racism in football – some due to personal experiences.