Henry is now the assistant coach of Belgium which was quite impressive in the World Cup because it became the third after defeating England on Saturday and the former Arsenal star says he quits the Sky Sports job to focus on coaching. What is not clear yet is whether Henry will continue in his role as assistant to Martinez with Belgium or seek a managerial position in club football.
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Speaking on his official Twitter account, Henry admitted that he needs to take a step away from the punditry role to focus on his coaching career.
It's a shame that with the corporate synergy between Sky and Fox at the Murdoch level that we never got to see Henry (or any number of Sky's deep bench of analysts) work for American television throughout World Cup coverage. He expressed his interest in the Arsenal job when Arsene Wenger stepped down, but was not one of the final candidates.
Henry, who had worked for Sky since 2015, has also been an assistant to Belgium manager Roberto Martinez since 2016 and helped lead the team to third place at the World Cup. In that respect, he's like the European soccer version of Jon Gruden!