Thierry Henry Calls Time on “Les Bleus” Career

Thierry Henry cannot stay out of the news. Just yesterday, we heard about his signing with MLS outfit New York Red Bulls, and today Henry has come out and announced his retirement from international football.

After a 13-year international career with France, a disappointing World Cup expedition in South Africa has brought the curtains on an illustrious career.

Henry, who won the World Cup in 1998 on home soil, won 123 caps and scored 51 goals for France, making him the top all-time goal scorer.

Henry made a short statement: "This is the end for me on the national team."

Henry will now look to focus on his club career in the US as he joins his new club.


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