Former Arsenal, France and Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry announced his retirement on Tuesday, ending a 20-year career in which he earned a place in the pantheon of modern greats.
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The leading scorer in Arsenal history, Thierry has scored 42 goals in 94 matches for the Red Bulls. Arsenal said “the fact that Thierry is the New York Red Bulls club captain makes this a particularly special fixture.”
Residents in sleepy Mahopac were talking Saturday about an arsenal of explosive materials, weapons and ammunition that were found in a neighbor’s home.
The mother of Newtown, Conn., elementary school gunman Adam Lanza spent her time at home taking care of her son who could not deal with school, and kept an arsenal of guns at home, “60 Minutes” reported Sunday night.
“I always said I would not play in Europe again,” said Henry. “But it is hard for me when it comes to Arsenal.”
The New York Red Bulls surprised European fans and media alike by claiming the Emirates Cup this past weekend. Although it was a strong statement to elite clubs, finding consistency in the MLS is the priority.