Thierry Henry has been sacked by Monaco, with the battling Ligue 1 side affirming the arrival of the club’s previous head mentor Leonardo Jardim.
Henry was suspended on Thursday and his sacking was affirmed 24 hours after the fact, with Monaco confronting Dijon in an assignment six-pointer on Saturday. Franck Passi will assume responsibility for that diversion.
Monaco were at that point somewhere down stuck in an unfortunate situation when Henry assumed responsibility in October yet the club’s previous striker was not able move a turnaround at Stade Louis II.
They left the Champions League at the gathering stage and were thumped out of the Coupe de France at home by second-level side Metz.
Henry’s flight accompanies the club a point and a place over the base of the Ligue 1 table, with Jardim shockingly coming back to Monaco in an offer to spare his previous managers.
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