Thierry Henry spoke about Arsene Wenger. The French forward compares the relationship with Arsene to the relationship between father and son.

Thierry Henry, the legendary player of Arsenal in London, talked about the legendary coach, Arsene Wenger. According to Henry, his relationship with Arsen was like that of a father and son:

“He was like a father to me. When you argue, he often shouts and shouts, which would be followed by a sentence from his side, just like between a father and a son.

Sometimes we had a very difficult and sometimes a beautiful relationship. We were best friends and also enemies.

When such a thing happens, it primarily indicates love and respect between those people. It means that someone is worried about you, and you don’t care about them at all, “said Thierry Henry.

When such a thing happens, it primarily indicates love and respect between those people. It means that someone is worried about you. So, you don’t care about other things at all, “said Thierry Henry.

Thierry Henry moved to Arsenal from Juventus in the summer of 1999 for € 16 million. The main initiator of the transfer, of course, was Arsene Wenger, who previously coached him while working in Monaco.

Henry has scored 228 goals and 94 assists in 375 appearances for the Gunners. The French star, along with Arsenal, has won the Premier League twice and the English Association Cup three times.