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According to Franco Panizo, Henry is getting ready to start his coaching career.

 

http://www.sbisoccer...y-coaching.html

 

I wondered if he would ever get into coaching. Probably one of the best soccer minds in history but I'm sure he will be too hard on his players.


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Also have to wonder if he'll be too hard on the kids.  You can be tough on them, but few people are able to be tough on others and still have them love you for it.



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Nice to see -- this man belongs involved with pitch, not in the booth.



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He's a dad. Maybe he can balance the tough with encouraging. He will definitely make some kids cry though.



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When you're King Henry, you can be tough on players and they will bust their ass to try to impress you.


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I would let Henry make my kids cry anytime he wants



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I wrote on here a few months ago that Henry would be Arsene Wenger's replacement when the time comes and people freaked out. We will see.



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Also have to wonder if he'll be too hard on the kids.  You can be tough on them, but few people are able to be tough on others and still have them love you for it.

He'll be tough, but I'm sure he wont be having a go at them.


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Henry ... Arsene Wenger's replacement when the time comes ... We will see.


Well?
http://www.espn.com/soccer/

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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I hope so.

My sleeper pick is they try and pry Sean Dyche away from Burnley.

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https://www.asmonaco...s-monaco-coach/

Henry has been named the head coach of AS Monaco, where he started his professional career. Huge congrats to Thierry!

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https://www.asmonaco...s-monaco-coach/


Could not figure out what thread to revive:
http://www.soccerpub...76#entry1334252

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Cesc Fabregas to Monaco:
https://www.bbc.com/...otball/46844972

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Oh well, not everything goes according to plan, to paraphrase Mike Tyson.

 

https://www.bbc.com/...otball/46995436



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They JUST got Cesc, why fire Henry now?




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