If anybody knows about how to score goals it is the one and only Ian Wright. Wrighty scored 185
goals for the Gunners, a club record only surpassed by King Henry. With 305 goals in his club
career, the man was a goal scoring legend, and has turned his attention to the goal scoring
Legend. Arsenal true blue. Competitor. Finisher extraordinaire.
You couldn't write a better script for Thierry Henry to end his England return. An added time
goal for the winner against Sunderland. A bookend to the bookend he installed with his instant
winner against Leeds. Both Wenger's subs made massive contributions to the victory as Aaron Ramsey
scored the equalizer and Andrey Arshavin sent in a pinpoint cross to Henry lurking in front of goal
to elevate his leg and guide the ball past Simon Mignolet.
We're a bit in the doldrums here at Arsenal Arsenal.Â At the moment we're still numb from
the defeat on Sunday and finding it hard to be upbeat and forward thinking. Our twin posts today
are in celebration of the return of Thierry Henry. Hopefully our bloggers will come out from behind
the sofa and remember the positives of this season so far, but don't let that stop you commenting
on where we go from here.
It is being reported that the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is considering a loan move for New York
Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry, who is currently training at the club, in the upcoming January
transfer window. According to The Times, the Frenchman will try and sign the Arsenal legend on a
one month loan deal [.
From the outside looking in, everything seems to be fine in Gunner land. King Henry comes back
to save the day with a late winner against Leeds in a 1-0 victory and Arsenal hosts Aston Villa in
the next round of the FA Cup.
However, after reading between the lines, I wasn't too thrilled with Arsene Wenger's pre-game
"motivational speech" to the fans, players, owners, and sponsors.