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Thierry Henry Retires To MLS

Former Arsenal and Barcelona striker, Thierry Henry signed for Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls yesterday (14/07/10) and will play against Manchester City in the Barclays New York Challenge Tournament.

The French international, who turns 33 in August, is expected to make his debut against Tottenham in the opening game of the tournament, Thursday, July 22, Red Bulls vs. Tottenham Hotspur - 8:00 pm EST. The Red Bulls vs. Manchester City match, which will be shown live in the UK on ESPN takes place on Sunday, July 25.

Further details can be found here.

Thierry Henry signs for New York Red Bulls





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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 15 2010

Time: 10:49AM

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Welcome to the States Thierry - your handling skills will be much appreciated by basketball fans throughout the US of A.
fifthcolumnblue
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15/07/2010 11:14:00

Very good Fifthcolumnblue. :.) I think a lot of the good players will end up over there as a pain free lucrative way to finish their careers.
SFC Forever
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15/07/2010 11:20:00

If it's one last payday they're after, then the MLS or the Middle East seem to offer a pretty good opportunity. Wonder if anyone will slate Thierry for being a money grubber though? On a side note, I seem to remember the old NASL grabbing older talent from around the world (hell, even Pele turned out for the New York Cosmos), which some people blame for it's eventual demise. Just hope that doesn't happen again, think it's pretty important for the US to embrace "soccer" from a home-grown perspective.
fifthcolumnblue
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15/07/2010 11:24:00

Even anelka says he wants to retire there too.Is freddie ljungberg still playing?
Chelsea24/7
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15/07/2010 12:37:00

Indeed C24/7, he's currently playing soccerball for the Seattle Sounders, although he's rumoured to be attracting interest from several European clubs.
fifthcolumnblue
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15/07/2010 14:28:00

Handy player for the Knicks...oh sorry I mean the Red Bulls to sign.
Bluedub
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15/07/2010 14:42:00

i thought Theirry had already retired when he went to Barca? As he didn't play much when there did he? so the Red Bulls have now got hands to go with the Wingssssssss......Will Theirry play again st us in a few weeks time, a pity Given is injured if he does
cityman51
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16/07/2010 21:49:00

 

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