Thierry Henry faces sack challenge: to be replaced with former manager Leonardo Jardim

Arsenal formal football star, Thierry Henry is in his bad mood as a Monaco manager, and his team is not performing well. He’s to be sacked by Monaco after just 15 weeks at the club.

Thierry Daniel Henry is a French professional football coach and former player who is the manager Ligue 1 club of Monaco. Henry made his professional debut with Monaco in 1994. Good form led to an international call-up in 1998, after which he signed for defending Serie A champions Juventus.

Leonardo Jardim to replace Thierry Henry in Monaco

Thierry Henry to be then replaced by a former Portuguese coach Leonardo Jardim, who started working at the professional level at the age of 35, winning promotion the Primeira Liga with Beira-Mar and later being in charge of Braga and Sporting in that competition.

The 44-year-old took charge of 232 matches and Monaco were victorious in 125 of them, giving him an overall win percentage of 53.88. In comparison, Henry was won just 20 percent of his games so far and the club is not impressed with him.

It is claimed that Henry will be told in the next 48 hours that he is no longer the man to lead the Ligue 1 strugglers.

With his team still struggling, the high-profile tactician says a call on his future was in the owners’ hands.

Under-fire, Monaco boss Thierry Henry has insisted he is more concerned about the club’s future than rumours surrounding his coaching tenure.

Struggling in Ligue1’s relegation zone with a three-point gap from safety, Monaco also bowed out of the Coupe de France with a 3-1 loss to Metz on Tuesday.

Henry only took over at his former club in October, but he has been unable to turn around their struggles this season, with the team only managing to win three of their 21 league matches.

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