Arsenal Soccer club is one of the best team in the English Premier League, but they still need to improve to become a real title contenders. In the new 2015/16 Premiership season they didn’t started well, but now they are looking like they finally found a right track. Despite victory against Newcastle there are many fans saying that Arsene Wenger should leave Arsenal after this season. Who could possibly take his place?

Former Arsenal captain and main player, Thierry Henry has joined the club's backroom staff in a role of developing rising stars. A young Arsenal player, Josh Benson took to Twitter to reval that Thierry Henry coached a young Gunners before their new season.

French striker is best known for his first spell in the club between 1998 and 2007, during which he won many trophies with Arsenal. After few seasons in FC Barcelona and MLS side New York Red Bulls, he returned to North London in 2012 on loan during the American close season.

Is it time for Thierry Henry?

Today, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has had his say on club icons, Thierry Henry and the possibilities of him becoming a head coach of his old club. Henry is currently working with Arsenal Under-18s as he begins his travel from player to coach and works towards gaining his adges.

The ex-striker for French national team, who hit 228 goals in 376 games for the North Londoners after playing for the club for almost ten years.

Thierry Henry during his days at Arsenal has long been tipped as main candidate to take main coach role at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsene Wenger is says Henry is not ready yet

Arsene Wenger says that he will be very happy to see his protege on the bench as a coach of his current club. Arsenal boss warns that Henry must undergo a mental and psychological transformation before he can become a great manager.

He need to discover what the job is about before he can really understand soccer. The job is hard for players, because they see it from another angle. Wenger says that Thierry Henry has special quality and skills to be the next Arsenal manager.

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