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ENGLAND/ ARSENAL, Thierry Henry might join back again

20.11.2012 22.37 by Claudio Colla  read 2058
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After having joined Arsenal back last season, during the MLS break, former French NT star forward Thierry Henry (35) might get playing for his beloved Gunners again, on a two months deal. Currently on a deal with New York Red Bulls until December 2014, Henry had been continuously playing for Londonese club from 1999/2000 to 2006/07, before being signed by Barcelona FC.

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