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Henry ready for management role - Pires

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Henry quits Sky in pursuit of management role

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Hazard, Chelsea may be ready for split - Martinez

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Thierry Henry ready for Premier League management role - Robert Pires

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson tries to read deeper into Arsene Wenger's regret about staying on as Gunners boss for too long.
Unless a "big opportunity" arises, Arsenal boss Unai Emery says he won't feel the need to make any further summer signings.
Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira would fit in at the Emirates.
David Seaman believes that although a top four finish is achievable for Arsenal under Unai Emery, their defence needs to be addressed.
With Unai Emery's appointment as Arsenal head coach now official, the ESPN FC panel discuss what he'll need to do to find success at the Emirates.

Robert Pires says Thierry Henry is ready for a successful coaching career and has urged Premier League clubs to take a chance on his former Arsenal teammate.

Henry said this week he is leaving his job as a Sky Sports pundit to focus on a career in management -- having spent the last two years as an assistant coach for Belgium's national team -- and Pires hopes he stays in England for his next job. 

"He loves the Premier League, for the spirit, the competition, the big big clubs," Pires said...

Thierry Henry quits role as Sky Sports pundit to pursue job in management

Belgium manager Roberto Martinez told ESPN Thierry Henry's success as a player with France can help his team deal with pressure in the World Cup semi-finals.
Unless a "big opportunity" arises, Arsenal boss Unai Emery says he won't feel the need to make any further summer signings.

Thierry Henry is quitting his job as a pundit for Sky Sports in order to focus on a career in management.

The Arsenal great has been one of Sky's most high-profile pundits for several years but has also worked as an assistant coach for Belgium since 2016 and helped the team reach the semifinals of the World Cup.

He said on Twitter that his experiences in coaching "have only made me more determined to fulfil my long term ambition to become a football manager."

"It is with sadness, therefore, that...

Thibaut Courtois missed Golden Glove announcement after turning TV off early

The FC crew felt this World Cup proved Belgium belongs with the world's best teams while England still have work to do to become elite.
Eden Hazard and Belgium secured a 3rd-place finish by defeating England 2-0.

Belgium's Thibaut Courtois turned off his TV before the end of the World Cup final because he did not want to see France celebrating -- and missed himself being named the tournament's top goalkeeper.

Courtois kept three clean sheets as Belgium finished third, losing to France in the semifinals before defeating England in the consolation game.

But after he and captain Eden Hazard criticised France's pragmatic style in the semifinals, saying their tactics had made the match "frustrating," Courtois...