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There is still a future at the Red Devils for Thierry Henry? Martínez: it Would not be logical
Red Devils How to proceed further now with the trainerscarrière of Thierry Henry? At the end of previous month paid the 41-year-old ‘Titi’ the piper for the bad results in Monaco, where he but since October was working. Red Devils-coach Roberto Martínez was given during an interview with L'équipe the matter submitted.

Henry acted at the Red Devils as T3, during the world cup in Russia. The former topspits of teams like Monaco, Arsenal and FC Barcelona continued after the world Cup, even as a T2. But when Monaco, the club where he made his debut as a professional footballer, asked him to Leonardo Jardim to follow as head coach, took the Frenchman's jump. A success was the adventure of the Frenchman in the Principality, however, is not: he got the train on the rails and has been a long time trainer.

And yet in doubt Martínez that Henry definitely has a future as a T1 at the highest level. That said the Spaniard at L'équipe . “To the work of Henry at Monaco are true and fair judge, he had a longer time to get than until January. I was a little disappointed by the way in which the adventure of Henry at Monaco is stopped. I like that you get a trainer always at least one transfer should allow, so he can at least the players that he think is necessary to have,” said Martínez, who is so full of praise on his former assistant.

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