HARRISON, N.J. (AP) --
With the retirement of Thierry Henry, the firing of well-liked and successful coach Mike Petke and big roster overhaul that left many wondering about this season, the New York Red Bulls understand they have to prove themselves this year under new coach Jesse Marsch.
So far, so good. A win and a tie in two games.
Bradley Wright-Phillips scored a goal and set...
Playing with Thierry Henry turned Bradley Wright-Phillips into the MLS' top goal scorer last season.
Now, he's trying to produce without the superstar forward.
After being held without a shot in the season opener, Wright-Phillips will try to find the net and help the New York Red Bulls to their longest home winning streak over bitter rival D.C. United on Sunday night.
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HARRISON, N.J. (AP) Playing with Thierry Henry turned Bradley Wright-Phillips into the MLS's top goal scorer last season.
The two had chemistry and the result was one of those seasons that will be hard to beat. Wright-Phillips scored league-record tying 27 goals in 32 games and won the MLS's golden boot.
Doing it again might be a lot tougher. Henry, the French international who...
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Going into its 20th season, Major League Soccer has expanded its global reach by partnering up with Sky Sports to broadcast league matches in the United Kingdom.
[TV deal will help MLS grow]
The league announced on Wednesday that both parties have agreed to a four-year deal. British fans will get to watch at least two MLS regular-season matches each week, the AT&T MLS All-Star...
Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry, has heaped praise on Francis Coquelin’s performances, and affect they have had during Arsenal 5 game win streak. The comments were made while Henry was serving in his new role as a Sky Sports pundit, during ... Read More
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry says the Gunners would have signed a defensive midfielder in January had Francis Coquelin not raised his level in midfield. The 23-year-old made an immediate impact since he came into the first team at the end of last year and was one of the best players in the 2-0 win away […]
Waking up on Tuesday morning and having an alert on my phone about Thierry Henry putting an end to his career was not pleasant. Eyes half-shut and my brain still unable to process that information, as I got ready for work it all started to sink in slowly. Wait, Thierry Henry isn’t going back to North London to retire at his beloved Arsenal? I surely didn’t read that right, did...
Thierry Henry has walked off the pitch for the last time.
The King has stepped down from his throne.
After 20 years of captivating the world, Thierry Henry announced his retirement and will join Sky Sports as a pundit in 2015. The 37-year-old was a joy to watch during his time at AS Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, FC Barcelona and New York Red Bulls. He also left spectators agape whenever...
Thierry Henry confirms New York Red Bulls exit.
Thierry Henry’s MLS adventure is officially over, but his retirement is still pending.
After his side failed to mount a comeback against New England Revolution in the Eastern Conference Final, the French legend took to Facebook to announce that he has parted ways with New York Red Bulls after four and a half years with the club...
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Thierry Henry’s love affair with New York City will endure, but his time with the New York Red Bulls has come to an end.
Henry, 37, announced his departure from the Red Bulls on Monday, ending a four-and-a-half-year stay with the MLS Club. Henry broke the news on Facebook just two days after the Red Bulls narrowly lost to the New England Revolution in MLS’ Eastern Conference...