Henry interview

He's one of the most enigmatic and engaging figures in Premier League history and this Christmas, Sky Sports will get under the skin of Thierry Henry.

Last Updated: 21/12/13 at 15:54 Post Comment

In an in-depth, 30-minute interview, Arsenal's all-time leading goalscorer tells us about an incredible career which has seen him go from North London to Barcelona to New York and more.

We also get his views on many of the personalities he has worked with including Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola and Lionel Messi.

Here's what you can expect from Thierry Henry - The Interview:

ARSENE WENGER - He tells us why the Arsenal manager was like a father figure to him and discusses the impact he has had on his career.

THE INVINCIBLES - He looks back on Arsenal's famous 2003/04 season when they went through an entire Premier League campaign without losing.

EUROPEAN PAIN - We hear about the pain he continues to feel over failing to win the Champions League and leaving Arsenal without scooping European football's biggest prize.

BARCELONA - He tells us about leaving North London to join Barcelona and finally achieving his dream of winning the Champions League.

MESSI vs RONALDO - Which of the two would Thierry choose for his team? Tune in to find out!

LIFE IN AMERICA - He has been playing in Major League Football since 2010 and spills the beans on life with the New York Red Bulls.

WHAT'S NEXT? - What is the Frenchman going to do after football? Will he return to Arsenal? We get his thoughts.

Thierry Henry: The Interview airs on Sky Sports 1 at 6.30pm on Sunday and there are plenty of repeat showings, including one at 6.30pm on Monday right before Arsenal v Chelsea on Monday Night Football.

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