37-year-old Henry officially announced his retirement. Former Arsenal legend joins Sky Sports
On the afternoon of December 16th, Beijing time, French football star and former Arsenal legend Henry officially announced his retirement on the British Sky Sports TV program, and released a retirement statement on his personal Facebook.It is reported that Henry will serve as a resident guest on the British Sky Sports Channel after hanging up his boots.On the afternoon of December 16, Beijing time, 37-year-old Henry officially announced his retirement on the British Sky Sports TV show.And joined the British Sky Sports with a value of 25 million pounds, as a guest.Henry’s retirement statement    Henry wrote on Facebook: After 20 years of professional football, I decided to retire.I sincerely thank all the fans, teammates and every staff member of Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona and the New York Red Bulls.Of course, there is the French national team. It was this experience that made my career so special.  It’s time to start a different career journey.I am happy to announce that I will return to London to join Sky Sports.I hope to share some insights, observations, and some lessons learned from all of you over the years.I have many unforgettable memories (most of them are wonderful!) And great experience.I hope you are happy by watching the ball, just as I am happy by participating.We commented that. Henry had won the top scorer in the Premier League in 2002, 2004, 2005, and 2006, and was the assisting king in the Premier League in 2003 and 2005, and won the second place of Mr. European Football in 2003.He won the second place in the World Footballer in 2003 and 2004, and won the French Footballer 5 times in 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006.During representing Arsenal, Henry won the Premier League, FA Cup, Community Shield and other championships, while representing Barcelona, won the King’s Cup, La Liga, Champions League, Spanish Super Cup, World Club, European Super Cup and other championships.  In the career of the national team, Henry won the World Cup on behalf of the French team in 1998, won the European Championship trophy on behalf of the French team in 2000, and won the 6th Confederations Cup on behalf of the French team in 2003.Henry said frankly in the interview: Choosing to retire is not difficult. It is not easy to leave the profession you love and do every day. I am already satisfied with my achievements and I have no regrets.  After retiring, Henry’s first stop was Sky Sports. Sky Sports has recruited Gary Neville, Carragher and other famous Premier League stars as guests.It is reported that Sky Tower paid 25 million pounds for this.(Aima)