Arsenal's greatest goalscorer of all time, Thierry Henry, does not seem to rate Mikel Arteta, his brutal assessment of the team's performance says it all. According to him, he believes the club is not going the right direction under the current management. When compared to the likes of Gary Neville and Rio Ferdinand, who support Ole Solskjaer despite how average and underwhelming he has been, is Thiery Henry right not to support Mikel Arteta?.
The 44 year-old is an Arsenal legend, who had his best club football career in the North London club, he is also part of the invincibles. Henry played for an Arsenal team that had the 'fear factor', they were the only team that could match Manchester United in the 2000s. It is highly expected of him to speak up, when things are going in the wrong direction in a club where he sacrificed a lot for. Also, if there is anybody that understands the identity of the club better than Mikel Arteta, it has to be Thierry Henry.
Henry has earned every right as an Arsenal's legend to express himself, challenging him to support Mikel Arteta, means telling him to support incompetency and mediocrity.
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