Thierry Henry Monaco did not do enough to beat 10man Nice

first_imgMonaco coach Thierry Henry says his side did not do enough to beat OGC Nice despite the visitors being one man down.Monaco drew 1-1 at home with OGC Nice and Henry who met his former team-mate and Nice manager Patrice Vieira in the encounter was unable to call the services of new signing Cesc Fabregas as the match was a rescheduled fixture from December thus he was ineligible to play.Henry admits his side failed to take advantage of the red card situation.“We did not do enough,” he told Sportsmole.“One point is not enough. We had the opportunity to score but we didn’t – it is not the first time.Thibaut Courtois, Real MadridReport: Courtois’s agent arrested in money laundering case George Patchias – September 11, 2019 Real Madrid’s Thibaut Courtois agent has been arrested as part of a money-laundering investigation.The ugly word corruption is again staining the world of football. In…“We woke up in the second half but they had 10 men. It is never easy to play against a team that is outnumbered.”Henry also added that it was ‘weird’ for him to meet his former team-mate Patrice Vieira.“It was weird to meet Pat (Vieira) before the match, during and at the end.“We spoke a little but then we were each focused in our game, in what we had to do.”last_img

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