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Henry: Retirement feels 'weird'

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 By Michael Cox

David Trezeguet's ruthless finishing made him a memorable striker

David Trezeguet experienced several highs and lows with France as he won the 1998 World Cup and 2000 European Championship, but he also missed a crucial penalty in the 2006 World Cup.

Football is a game of fine margins, and few understand this better than French striker David Trezeguet, whose retirement from football was widely reported this week.

There's a tremendous symmetry about Trezeguet's high and low points of his career. Both came in major international finals, both came against the Italy national team -- the country where he spent his best years at Juventus during 2000-10 -- and both were utterly decisive.

One was a thumping drive into the top of the net, the other was...

 By Ian Holyman

French youth academies should adapt to avoid injuries - Leonardo Jardim

Jardim is without Geoffrey Kondogbia after the Monaco youngster picked up a thigh injury.

Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim has expressed his surprise at the number of injuries suffered by young French players and suggested a change in youth academies is required.

Jardim is currently without Geoffrey Kondogbia, 21, and Tiemoue Bakayoko, 20, due to thigh injuries while Layvin Kurzawa, 22, has only recently returned from a similar problem.

The 40-year-old coach, who took over at the Stade Louis II last summer after spells in his native Portugal and Greece, has helped last season's Ligue 1 runners-up...

 By PA Sport

Swansea boss on Gomis celebration:
'I thought that was a really nice touch'

Swansea forward Bafetimbi Gomis paid respect to the 17 people who lost their lives during recent Paris terrorist attacks.

Swansea manager Garry Monk praised Bafetimbi Gomis for his goal celebration after he rescued a point for his side in a 1-1 home draw with West Ham.

Gomis rose highest at a 74th-minute corner with his header striking a post and going in off Hammers captain Kevin Nolan for what will probably go down as an own goal.

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But Gomis wheeled away in delight and ran to the Swansea bench where he was handed a French flag, holding it aloft in respect of the 17 people who lost their lives in the Paris terrorist...

 By PA Sport

Michel Platini: 'At UEFA, we are all Charlie'

Olympique Marseille manager Marcelo Bielsa and left-back Benjamin Mendy spoke behind placards bearing the slogan "I am Charlie" as a mark of respect for the victims of the terrorist attack in Paris.

UEFA president Michel Platini and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger have sent messages of support to France in the wake of the terrorist attacks this week.

Twelve people were killed in Wednesday's strike on the office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, which had been threatened before for its caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.

In the fallout from that incident, a policewoman was also shot in the capital on Thursday, before the main suspect in that killing and two brothers linked to the...

 By Ian Holyman

Thierry Henry ponders life without football and a future in coaching

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains that Thierry Henry may be one of the best French players ever, after amassing 20 trophies in a 21-year career.

Thierry Henry has said it feels "weird" to have quit football and acknowledged he has a lot to learn before he can consider coaching a team.

Henry, 37, announced his retirement earlier this month after the expiration of his contract with New York Red Bulls. His decision brought an end to a career in which the striker won virtually every honour available to him, becoming Arsenal's and France's all-time leading scorer in the process.

After two decades at the top level, Henry told friend and radio...