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Henry Statement

Thierry Henry has issued a statement to Sky Sports News after deciding the phrase 'Who do I owe, and for what?' was not the best to use.

Earlier Thierry Henry was angered after his commitment was called into question by journolists, he fumed 'Who do I owe, and for what?', but has since decided that it did not sound as it was intended.

When he heard of the negative headlines planned for tomorrow's papers, Henry moved to let his fans know just how much they mean to him.

'What I heard might be used, you know that I don't owe my fans anything, I think above all what I came out to talk about was the semi-final of the Champions League and some people try to stitch me up to my fans,' Henry told Sky Sports News.

'I have a great relationship with my fans, I love them, I hope they do love me. I just think, its difficult to explain, I think it was inappropriate.'

I hope Arsenal fans are switched on enough to know a lame hack headline when they see one, and realise Thierry Henry is, and always will be an Arsenal legend.


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday April 18 2006
Time: 11:03PM

Comments

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Great Henry, we all love that player, true statement, shame about the reporters but we should just concentrate on tommorows game now as he said.
gunner-minesh
18/04/2006 23:22:00
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Great Henry, we all love that player, true statement, shame about the reporters but we should just concentrate on tommorows game now as he said.
gunner-minesh
18/04/2006 23:22:00
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Releasing a statement to cover up for a mistake? Has Thierry joined the Labour Party or something!
NeilBaker
19/04/2006 02:04:00
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Releasing a statement to cover up for a mistake? Has Thierry joined the Labour Party or something!
NeilBaker
19/04/2006 02:04:00
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Henry was right though, just read the story on bbc and it totally ignores this statement. Take a look http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/a/arsenal/4921266.stm
jsimmon6
19/04/2006 04:03:00
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Henry was right though, just read the story on bbc and it totally ignores this statement. Take a look http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/a/arsenal/4921266.stm
jsimmon6
19/04/2006 04:03:00
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Henry said something in the heat of the moment and realises what our nations so called press could do with that statement. We at Arsenal love Henry and he loves us in return, why wouldn't he want to make sure our relationship remains a good one!
Rocky7
19/04/2006 09:30:00
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Henry said something in the heat of the moment and realises what our nations so called press could do with that statement. We at Arsenal love Henry and he loves us in return, why wouldn't he want to make sure our relationship remains a good one!
Rocky7
19/04/2006 09:30:00
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Well anything he say wont be a problem next year, he will be playing for another club ;-)
huscarl
19/04/2006 09:52:00
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Well anything he say wont be a problem next year, he will be playing for another club ;-)
huscarl
19/04/2006 09:52:00
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