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Gullit Anticipates Henry Exit

Failed manager, Ruud Gullit told Sky Sports News he thinks Thierry Henry will leave Arsenal in the not too distant future.

With Henry holding out till the end of the season before starting contract talks, ex Chelsea manager has taken it upon himself to comment on the situation.

'I can see again that he came back from a major injury,' he told Sky Sports News. 'Immediately, he comes in and scores goals.

'It means he is something special.

'We'd like to see him more in The Premiership but I don't think it's going to happen.

'I don't know, maybe he is going abroad.

'It's just a feeling [maybe] he wants to see as a player, travel around, see what it is to play in another league.

'I'm from Holland. I went to Italy and then to England.

'The experiences are the most important experiences in my life.

'The fans would not be happy about it but it's also about you as a person.

'If you get opportunities to go abroad and see other championships, you can't blame him for that.

'I think Barcelona will fit him also.'




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Date:Wednesday November 16 2005

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