Henry emerges contender for France women manager
ARSENAL legend Thierry Henry has emerged as a potential candidate to succeed Corinne Diacre as the head coach of the French national women’s football team.
Diarce was sacked last week as the fallout from a bitter dispute between leading players and the national federation continues. It has emerged that former Arsenal forward and Belgium assistant manager Henry could be the figure the French Football Federation turns towards to heal the rift.
According to French sports newspaper L’Equipe, several FFF officials have put forward Henry’s name as a potential candidate to lead the team into the 2023 Women’s World Cup. They believe a commission that will make a recommendation to Philippe Daillo, the federation’s interim president, view the Gunners legend could be a serious option. Henry, who also played for Monaco, Juventus, Barcelona and New York Red Bulls during a glittering career, last managed at Montreal Impact in Major League Soccer.
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