Thierry Henry then national coach? “French Football Federation sees Henry as a candidate for the national women’s team”

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Will Thierry Henry be the new coach of the French national women’s team? According to L’Equipe, there is a chance.

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Corinne Diacre paid the price for the extra-sports malaise at the national team last week. Several players no longer wanted to continue with her and therefore expressed their displeasure. With the Women’s World Cup starting in July, this is not an ideal situation for France, which is one of the biggest contenders. The football association therefore wants to appoint a replacement as soon as possible. Luidens L’Equipe would do the rounds with the name of Thierry Henry. Whether the Frenchman and former assistant of the Red Devils is also interested in the vacant position is not known.

Should Henry be effectively appointed as national coach, it will be the first time since 2021 that the former striker of Arsenal and Barcelona, ​​among others, becomes T1. Between 2018 and 2021, he was the man who set the lines at AS Monaco and the American Montreal Impact for two short periods.

According to RMC Sport, the football association also has its eye on Patrice Lair, Gerard Precheur, Sonia Bompastor, Sandrine Soubeyrand and Hervé Renard.

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