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Jack Rollin Thierry Henry ), French (soccer) player who scored more international goals than any other player in ’s history and who is considered one of the most prolific goal scorers of his time. Thierry Henry , in full Thierry Daniel Henry (born August 17, 1977 , Châtillon , football Henry , of French West Indian ancestry, spent his childhood in low-income housing in Les Ulis, south of . He joined FC Versailles in 1992, and, after attracting other club scouts, he was signed by AS Monaco in 1995.
LITTLE IS CERTAIN PREVIEWS ERIC ROSENBERG - Tuesday, June 8, 2010 Wouldn't it be cool if the US won the World Cup? Yes, for some of us it would be. And it could happen. Applying the logic of kindergarten teachers the world-over, we are, as of right now, in a tie for first. However possible, is a good showing by the US and advancement to the later-rounds predictable? YA's tournament predictions notwithstanding, fans and journalists seem somewhat avoidant of the question. The former, if message boards and
FOCUS ON A SURE THING PREVIEWS EDGAR ZUNIGA - Tuesday, September 28, 2010 With summer finally gone, the World Cup hangover has finally lifted and we are left with a buzzing echo in the back of our minds that won't go away for a long time. For fans of the US National Team, it is a mix of the cacophony of those damned vuvuzelas, the release of a million roars at a last-minute goal and the collective groan that came with what many feel was an all too early exit from the World Cup. Despite having at his
BRENT LATHAM - Monday, July 27, 2009 It was ugly. It was sad. It was downright disgusting. So, unfortunately, a summary of lessons for the Americans from what might have been an otherwise relatively positive Gold Cup has to begin with the most forgettable moment of the tournament, the humiliating drubbing at the hands of Mexico in the final. For three mid-summer weeks, it seemed like Coach Bradley might really have something brewing with his group of upstart MLSers. Unfortunately, in about thirty minutes on