Arsene Wenger supports Thierry Henry for the vacant job at Bournemouth and insists it is a “great platform” for him … before confirming that his other former Arsenal player, Patrick Vieira, is also in the running
- Arsene Wenger supported Thierry Henry for the vacant job in Bournemouth
- The Frenchman is a candidate for Jason Tindall at the South Coast Club
- Wenger says it’s a “great platform” for Henry, currently the Montreal Impact Manager
- He also confirmed that another ex-Arsenal star, Patrick Vieira, is controversial
Arsene Wenger has supported former Arsenal player Thierry Henry to thrive when he is named Bournemouth’s new manager. He insists that the south coast club is a “great platform” for any young manager.
How Sportsmail The legendary French striker turned out to be a surprise candidate for the vacant head-coaching job on Wednesday after Jason Tindall was fired earlier this month.
Henry, who is currently in charge of MLS Montreal Impact, leads an all-star cast of candidates including his former Arsenal colleague Patrick Vieira, ex-Huddersfield boss David Wagner and Chelsea legend John Terry.