And it just might have had a direct effect on some of his younger teammates, who are easily influenceable, and who were perhaps in awe of some of their elders. I think Henry would say that too — he absolutely loves Dennis. Partly that, but much more besides - particularly French reaction to the shenanigans of its World Cup Team in 2010 and what they saw as Henry's abdication of responsibility and leadership. The insecurities he faced as a young footballer-touted for great things- and his travails on the international stage make this book an essential read for all Arsenal and football fans. And after a game, there was no restriction, no mixed zone.
And especially since there were so many nice guys on that Irish team, those guys were really great. A lot of it inevitably will be fiction, more than fact. If you do the interview, go through it. It would have been better not to give the interview at all. From the highs and lows at Monaco and the French national team, to the nadir at Juventus, the ultimate resurrection at Arsenal, the eternal mentor-protege relationship with Arsene Wenger and the strange relationship on the pitch with Zidane - this book has it all. I really do think that.
شخصيا وجدت ان الحديث عن مسيرة تيري قبل سنوات التألق مع ارسنال وبرشلونة كانت افضل واكثر وصفاً لشخصيته عن ما تلاها من سنوات. All these things, being hyper-critical of himself, and finding it very difficult to get out of this bubble he has created for himself. His career was Arsenal, then Barcelona, then the Red Bulls. Suddenly, a player who Arsene Wenger once dubbed 'the greatest striker ever', a man who had spent his career at the very top of the game, began to learn how lonely such a position could be. There were also his agents, with whom he had a number of problems. هينري اكتسب صلابة عقلية وعاطفة متجمدة ورغبة عارمة في ا أنا مشجع ارسنالي وتيري هينري لاعبي المفضل كانت فكرة قراءة كتاب عن مسيرة هينري غير جذابة لأني شاهدت اكثرها أو تكررت مئات المرات في منتديات الفريق وقراءة كتاب على شكل مسيرة جافة مثل ويكيبيديا مضيعة وقت فقط لكن هذا الكتاب يعطي صورة مختلفة وخفية عن سيرة هذا اللاعب العظيم. But it was such a different time.
The tone of the book is the opposite of glossy, it's rather scholarly. He still scored that goal against Brazil! Because, you know, a biography of Platini is something that I thought about for a long time, and which I think would be fascinating. Canto has got a better goalscoring record for France than Zidane and almost of all his goals in official competitions. After having won the World Cup and the Euros at a very young age, he was led down a difficult path due to some bad decisions and fulfilled his destiny when a certain Arsene Wenger brought him to Arsenal and decided that he is a Centre Forward and not a Left Winger. Both these types of books usually have banal descriptions of famous incidents that rekindles the nostalgia of fans.
Spoilt brats — yes, perhaps. Fortune is all over him — who else would have the idea? But the goal against Sunderland is everything — the build-up, the weight, the celebration and the smile, the smile when he sees his teammates. I admit he can do no wrong in my eyes and I long for the day he is back where he belongs-at the Arsenal. He cost us the title. And also maybe his greatest goal.
Did your opinion of him change? But that was his greatest game. But very often they are people who are not interested in sports, so they will name Yannick Noah and Zidane — Noah played his last game over 15-20 years ago and Zizou has been retired for a while now, as a player. But the hard work and the consistency was astonishing. You would have to be. The technical level has dropped. He never had a holiday.
But that was the moment that he has probably always longed for. During the book, not really. Growing up I used to idolize Thierry Henry. And to all such lovers of Arsenal and Henry, this story of such an outstanding talent on the field but who not necessarily lived up to his responsibilities off it, is a definite read. Auclair does justice to the footballer that is Thierry Henry for sure, and tries to explain some of the questions people might have had about Thierry Henry the person through the personal trauma that he might have experienced in the rough world of professional football. But as he approached the autumn of his career, Thierry's crown began to slip — from the infamous 'Hand of Gaul' incident to a dismal World Cup 2010 campaign.
It is obviously also an objective biography which I have no doubt is a very honest record of Thierry's life including the criticisms levied at him. Thierry Henry - gifted, charismatic and a genuinely world-class footballer - has passed into Arsenal legend as the hero of a team that finally ended Manchester United's dominance. One of the reasons for that — and that was a huge difference from when I did the Cantona book — was that my opinion of Cantona changed a lot, as I got closer and closer and closer and closer, and I liked the guy more and more and more and more, despite the fact that he is by no means a perfect man — and I have no time at all for Cantona the actor and celebrity — none! He changed whilst he was with Arsenal, but the people who remember him from Monaco, who followed him, said that there was always this streak in his character and it just became more pronounced as time went by. Izdelek ki ga želite dodati v košarico ni možno kupiti skupaj z izdelki, ki jih že imate v košarici. تبدأ بالتفكير بما يمر به شخص بموهبة كامنة في الرياضة او الموسيقى او الفن في طفولته وما يحفر في اعماقه لتشكل هذه الشخصية الفريدة ويتمكن من الظهور بهذا الإبداع والتجلي أمام العالم. It goes on to talk about his early days in monaco, his first wc and his season in hell. The auther weaves a detailed analsysis of the subject matter, but I stil question whether the author was supportive of the footballer or not! But then followed the ignominies of the infamous 'Hand of Gaul' and the imploding of the 2012 French World Cup Team.
Another French exile to these shores is Philippe Auclair, English football correspondent to France Football magazine and biographer of those two French greats. Would you agree with that? You know, Kevin Kilbane is one of the loveliest men in football as well, Shay Given. Instead of rattling down facts and figures, Auclair goes neck-deep into important events in Henry's life and career rather, events that shaped the maestro himself. Thierry's poll rating is very high this side of the Channel, much less so over there. There were quite a few. هينري بعد سنوات تألقه لا يزال يحتفظ بهذه العقلية فربما يظهر بشكل لافت في لقاء معين لكن عقله لا يكف عن النظر لما أخطأ في تنفيذه في الملعب.