Henry dissatisfied with his sides performance as he elongates his woeful coaching career after his side losses to Montpellier.
Despite all his records as a player before he retired, Thierry Henry is having a hard time managing his new career line as a coach, and that definitely makes Henry dissatisfied.
Monaco has only won one match under Thierry Henry since August, and the team has been pressed down to the 19th position of the league table.
Last night would have had them record a second win but the table took a turn as their guest, Montpellier comes from behind to help them record another loss.
Henry’s men broke the deadlock two minutes to the end of the first half, when Youri Tielemans’ goal pushed them a goal ahead of Montpellier.
The host fans’ happiness were ceased 10 minutes to the end of the game, when Montpellier’s Gaeten Laborde equalized the score at the 81st minutes, and five minutes later Petar Skuletic drove the ball into Monaco’s net, handing the host yet another loss.
The French man was left frustrated due to his sides poor performance as he say this on Monaco’s official site:
“A match is 90 minutes. It was good for an hour but we lost. Playing one hour is not enough to win a match,”
“We must find answers to not drop intensity after an hour of play. We managed to hold Caen, but not tonight.”
Henry continued, “We did well for a long time, we managed to play between the lines from behind but we did not manage to put it away. I am thinking of the crossbar of Golovin in particular. After that moment, it became harder.”
“The first goal of Montpellier comes after a cross that we didn’t do well with, and the second on an individual error. We must refocus as quickly as possible to win a win in Amiens Tuesday.” Henry said.
Monaco will be going over to Amien’s side on their next fixture as they will battle to come out of the relegation zone or probably suffer another loss.