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Once A Metro Dec 2, 2014

Thierry Henry and Bradley Wright-Phillips named to MLS 2014 Best XI

MLS went all-in on attacking players for its Best XI this year. The league's end-of-year award season is nearing its close, and there haven't been many Red Bulls involved. But MLS did take a moment to acknowledge Bradley Wright-Phillips's magnificent year and Thierry Henry's valedictory season by naming both players to its Best XI. The captain was named to the team as a midfielder, reflecting the role he played for much of the second half of the season. BWP was wedged into a three-man forward line, between Robbie Keane and Obafemi Martins. This year's MLS Best XI is lined up as a 3-4-3,...
Once A Metro Dec 2, 2014

Thierry Henry: So good even rivals can love him

One of the soccer editors here at SB Nation is a Tottenham & D.C. United fan, yet still learned to love Thierry Henry. Kevin McCauley is one of the soccer editors here at SB Nation. He's a self professed Tottenham Hotspur and D.C. United fan. This of course means he must hate Thierry Henry for his time with Arsenal and the New York Red Bulls. Except, a weird thing happened along the way, he learned to love the Frenchman. I'll let you go over to his piece to get the full run down, but I wanted to highlight certain parts of the article. I didn't appreciate Henry's talents because I was too...
The Goat Parade Dec 1, 2014

Saying goodbye to the awesomeness of Thierry Henry

He refused to take the retirement tour, but he deserves all of the plaudits anyway. Thierry Henry was awesome. I've been watching clips and gifs of some of his goals with the New York Red Bulls for the past hour or so, and the memories are rushing back of where I was when he scored that goal, or when he did that celebration. The French star announced on Facebook on Monday that he would not be returning to the Red Bulls next season. The door is technically open on him coming back to MLS with another club, I suppose, but the tea leaves look like he'll be moving back to Europe to...

Thierry Henry will not return to New York Red Bulls in 2015

The speculation had been raging for months, but it's now official: Thierry Henry will not be returning to the New York Red Bulls next season. The French legend scored 51 goals and dished out 42 assists in 122 regular-season appearances for the Red Bulls, having joined the team in 2010 from FC Barcelona. In his final year with the club, Henry helped lead to New York to the Eastern Conference finals against New England and -- just like Seattle last night -- within a single goal of the MLS title game. "A special mention must go to the Red Bull fans who have supported this team through the good,...
Oregonian Dec 1, 2014

Thierry Henry will not return to New York Red Bulls next season

Renowned striker Thierry Henry is calling it quits with the New York Red Bulls after four and a half seasons with the club.
Boston Herald Dec 1, 2014
Thierry Henry leaving New York Red Bulls

Thierry Henry leaving New York Red Bulls

HARRISON, N.J. — Thierry Henry is leaving Major League Soccer after 4½ seasons, unable to lead the New York Red Bulls to the team's first championship.The 37-year-old French star made the announcement Monday, two days after the Red Bulls lost the Eastern Conference final to the New England Revolution. And he said he made the decision back in 2010 to leave when his contract expired.

Thierry Henry leaving New York Red Bulls

The 37-year-old French star made the announcement Monday, two days after the Red Bulls lost the Eastern Conference final to the New England Revolution. With Landon Donovan retiring after the Los Angeles Galaxy play New England in the MLS Cup final Sunday, the league is losing arguably its two biggest stars. Henry played in 122 matches for the Red Bulls, scoring 51 goals and adding 42 assists, tops in franchise history. Henry also scored some of the league's most spectacular goals, including one that went directly into the net on a corner kick against Columbus in 2012.
Once A Metro Dec 1, 2014

Thierry Henry to leave RBNY

Henry has confirmed he will leave the club, but there's still some unanswered questions. Thierry Henry today announced that his time with the New York Red Bulls is at an end. This isn't really a shock as his contract with the club was up at the end of this season, and at the age of 37, he probably couldn't afford to take much more punishment in a physically tough league like MLS. There's still a few unanswered questions though. The most important question; is Henry retiring? His post did not make it seem like this was the end for him as he stated that he's going to take a few weeks and...
The Bent Musket Dec 1, 2014

Thierry Henry Congratulations the Revs, Drops The Mic

With a crowd of media waiting to hear from him, Thierry Henry only offered a brief message. Despite being surrounded by eager media members, Thierry Henry was brief with his postgame comments on Saturday. With recorders and phones in front of him, the Frenchman asked if everyone was ready before making a solitary comment: "Well done, New England." He then preceded to walk out of the locker room. The quick comment was likely done to avoid the inevitable questions about his future in MLS. Although Henry has been asked multiple times if he plans to return to the New York Red Bulls, a true...
Once A Metro Dec 1, 2014

Thierry Henry is the New York Red Bulls' all-time leader in MLS playoff appearances (and assists)

The captain's hold over RBNY's record books grew a little stronger during the 2014 post-season... Who has more MLS playoff appearances for the New York Red Bulls (aka, MetroStars) than Thierry Henry? No one. Who has started more playoff games for RBNY than Thierry Henry? No one. Who has played more minutes in the playoffs for RBNY than Thierry Henry? No one. More: Titi drops the mic We don't yet know if November 29, 2014 marked the captain's last game for the New York Red Bulls, but it did crown his charge through a succession of the club's post-season player records: appearances,...
The Bent Musket Nov 30, 2014

Revolution Players Compliment Thierry Henry

Although Thierry Henry's MLS future is unknown, Revolution players have nothing but respect for the Frenchman. Thierry Henry’s MLS future is unknown. Regardless, the players of the New England Revolution have nothing but respect for one of soccer’s most talented individuals. Heading into Saturday, there were questions about how Henry would perform on the artificial surface of Gillette Stadium. Since joining MLS in 2010, Henry has only played on turf on three occasions, all of which occurred in Portland. After last week’s loss in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Final, Henry...
Once A Metro Nov 29, 2014

Thierry Henry drops the mic

Titi knew there was only one question anyone wanted to ask him after the New England game, and he wasn't in a mood to answer it. I can't remember when Thierry Henry stopped answering the "are you retiring?" question, but it hasn't stopped it being asked. After. Every. Damn. Game. He's clearly been tired of hearing the question for some time. And after the New York Red Bulls got bounced out of the playoffs in New England, ending the 2014 season and Thierry Henry's current contract, the captain would have to be a very stupid man indeed not to anticipate what would be on the mind's of the...

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