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  • Thierry Henry is the club's top goalscorer with 228 goals in all competitions between 1999 and 2012,Arsenal F.C.-Wikipedia
  • The 2010 season also brought the opening of the New York Red Bulls' soccer-specific stadium, Red Bull Arena, and the debut of French striker Thierry Henry.Major League Soccer-Wikipedia
  • Thierry Henry won his fourth overall scoring title by scoring 27 goals in the 2005–06 season.Premier League-Wikipedia
  • Brazil, however, was eliminated in the quarter-finals against France, losing 1–0 to a Thierry Henry goal.Brazil national football team-Wikipedia
  • Brazil only managed one shot on goal, while Zinedine Zidane's dribbling earned him Man of the Match and his free-kick to Thierry Henry resulted in the winning goal.2006 FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • Accumulating key players from Wenger's homeland, such as Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry, Arsenal won a second League and Cup double in 1997–98 and a third in 2001–02.Arsenal F.C.-Wikipedia
  • More recently, two more variations of this old type of player have developed: the second, or shadow, or support, or auxiliary striker and, in what is in fact a distinct position unto its own, the number 10, exemplified by Dennis Bergkamp (who would play just in behind the striker Thierry Henry at Arsenal).Forward (association football)-Wikipedia
  • In the second set of Group A matches, France were held to a 0–0 draw in Busan by Uruguay after star striker Thierry Henry was sent off, while in Daegu, Denmark and Senegal drew 1–1.2002 FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • Greece held on to win despite a late French onslaught, with close efforts by Thierry Henry, thus knocking France out of Euro 2004 and becoming the first team ever to defeat both the hosts and defending champions in the same tournament.Greece national football team-Wikipedia
  • Non-Real Madrid players to make cameo appearances included Ronaldinho, Thierry Henry, Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto'o, Andrés Iniesta, Pablo Aimar, Freddie Ljungberg, Cesc Fàbregas and Santiago Cañizares.Real Madrid CF-Wikipedia
  • In the second leg of the play-off between France and the Republic of Ireland, French captain Thierry Henry, unseen by the referee, handled the ball in the lead up to a late goal, which enabled France to qualify ahead of Ireland, sparking widespread comment and debate.2010 FIFA World Cup-Wikipedia
  • Ireland went down 1–0 in the first leg, and lost 2–1 on aggregate, with William Gallas scoring a controversial goal in extra time in the second leg after Thierry Henry had handled the ball before crossing for Gallas to score.Republic of Ireland national football team-Wikipedia
  • French World Cup-winners Thierry Henry, Fabien Barthez, David Trezeguet, and Kylian Mbappe have played for the club.Monaco-Wikipedia
  • The day after the team's elimination, it was reported by numerous media outlets that then President of France Nicolas Sarkozy would meet with team captain Thierry Henry to discuss the issues associated with the team's meltdown at the World Cup, at Henry's request.France national football team-Wikipedia
  • Arsenal players Thierry Henry and Robert Pires failed in an attempt at a similar penalty in 2005, during a Premier League match against Manchester City at Highbury.Penalty kick (association football)-Wikipedia
  • In his first uninterrupted campaign, the 2008–09 season, he scored 38 goals in 51 games, contributing alongside Eto'o and winger Thierry Henry to a total of 100 goals in all competitions, a record at the time for the club.Lionel Messi-Wikipedia
  • Following the poor results, Leonardo Jardim was replaced as coach by Thierry Henry.AS Monaco FC-Wikipedia
  • Leading goalscorer: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 272005–06 in English football-Wikipedia
  • The club signed legendary French forward Thierry Henry as a designated player in July 2010.New York Red Bulls-Wikipedia
  • Youth team policies produced future World Cup winners Emmanuel Petit, Lilian Thuram and Thierry Henry.AS Monaco FC-Wikipedia
  • In February 2007, Woods, Roger Federer and Thierry Henry became ambassadors for the "Gillette Champions" marketing campaign.Tiger Woods-Wikipedia
  • Leading goalscorer: Thierry Henry (Arsenal)- 252004–05 in English football-Wikipedia
  • France has produced some of the greatest players in the world, including three time FIFA World Player of the Year Zinedine Zidane, three time Ballon d'Or recipient Michel Platini, record holder for most goals scored at a World Cup Just Fontaine, first football player to receive the Légion d'honneur Raymond Kopa, and the record goalscorer for the French national team Thierry Henry.France-Wikipedia
  • The club plays its home games at Saputo Stadium and is coached by Thierry Henry.Montreal Impact-Wikipedia
  • Leading goalscorer: Thierry Henry (Arsenal) – 302003–04 in English football-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, Arsenal and France national team striker Thierry Henry signed a deal to join the "I Am What I Am" campaign on August 1, 2006.Reebok-Wikipedia
  • Part of Nike's 2002 FIFA World Cup campaign, the advertisements feature a secret three-on-three tournament between the world's best football players, including Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Thierry Henry, who are inside a huge tanker ship.Terry Gilliam-Wikipedia
  • France's Thierry Henry's handball stirred international controversy after the move set up William Gallas to score in extra-time of the second leg of the play-off; the referee did not notice and allowed the goal to stand, leading to widespread media controversy, protests at the French embassy in Dublin and comments from senior government officials from both countries.Republic of Ireland national football team-Wikipedia
  • They continued the growth in the sport by signing more top players including: Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Francesco Totti, Thierry Henry, Didier Drogba, Andrés Iniesta, Wayne Rooney and still have many of the sport's biggest stars under their name, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Neymar, Harry Kane, Eden Hazard and Kylian Mbappé among others.Nike, Inc.-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, Cleese hosted a television special of football's greatest kicks, goals, saves, bloopers, plays, and penalties, as well as football's influence on culture (including the famous Monty Python sketch "Philosophy Football"), featuring interviews with pop culture icons Dave Stewart, Dennis Hopper, and Henry Kissinger, as well as eminent footballers including Pelé, Mia Hamm, and Thierry Henry.John Cleese-Wikipedia

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