Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has revealed the reason behind his poor performance as the AS Monaco manager.
In an exclusive interview with The Telegraph, the ex-Arsenal striker as he talked about his failed spell at his former club.
According to the French football legend, he had a difficult task as the Monaco manager.
His managerial reign at AS Monaco lasted for just three months.
Thierry Henry replaced Leonardo Jardim as the AS Monaco manager in October 2018 and lasted for a quarter before he lost his job in January 2019.
As an AS Monaco manager, Thierry Henry won four games, drew five games and lost 11 games out of his 20 games in charge of the team.
Before his appointment as the manager of the French Ligue 1 club, Thierry Henry was the assistant manager for the Belgian national team.
Thierry Henry was the assistant to Belgian national team manager Roberto Martinez.
The Arsenal legend was part of the Belgian national team that finished in third position at last summer’s FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia.
Belgium beat the Three Lions of England 2-0 in their third/fourth place playoff to seal third place behind runners-up Croatia and eventual champions France who secured their second World Cup title.