A two-month loan deal was approved, but Henry himself said that he wasn’t sure how much he would play.
bench, that is.”
Henry’s iconic #14 was currently occupied by Theo Walcott, so he wore #12. He had originally wanted #12 when he originally came to the club, but it was taken by Christopher Wreh.
He knew it was in the moment he struck the ball, and was celebrating before the ball crossed the line.
It was the first time I scored as a fan.
You know, I wasn’t meant to come back and I came back. I wasn’t meant to play, I played. I wasn’t meant to score, I scored."
But, if that moment is their only memory of Thierry Henry in an Arsenal shirt, then what a memory it is to have.
Henry is and always will be an arsenal legend. At his age it’s amazing for him to even be considered to come on as a sub in one of the most difficult league to play in, let alone score a goal.