Thierry Henry makes big statement about succeeding Arsene Wenger

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It’s a scenario all Arsenal fans would love to see come to fruition; Thierry Henry replacing Arsene Wenger as boss at the Emirates Stadium when the long-serving manager steps down. In the past Henry has admitted it is a dream job, and with Wenger edging closer to retirement it does look plausible. However, in an interview published by French newspaper L’Equipe this morning the Arsenal Invincible revealed that he didn’t have any illusions that he was definitely going to get the job, but is planning for the eventuality if it comes around. With no management experience to speak of Henry is a risk, but if there’s anything that man can’t do in north London football fans have yet to see it. Meanwhile Theo Walcott has made a big statement on his future, revealing that there have been no contract talks over his future. The England international said he was concentrating on playing. Gunners fans, make of that what you will.

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