Thierry Henry has a few hours ago, put up an emotional goodbye message to his now former team, the Belgium National team after he was confirmed as the new manager of a Ligue1 side, AS Monaco.
The French man took to his social media page to pen some beautiful words to all the players in the Belgium National team, the Belgium Football Federation, and more importantly, the man who trusted his judgment and picked him as his Assistant coach, Roberto Martinez.
Thierry Henry in writing the letter, said he was writing with great sadness, an appreciated all the love and support in his two years with the team, but the memories will forever be in his heart.
Putting up some photos of memorable moments with the Belgium National team, he captioned it with these few heartfelt words:
“So it’s with great sadness that I must say goodbye to the Belgium National Team. I have had an incredible two years helping Roberto Martinez coach this wonderfully talented group of players and watch them blossom into the great side they are today.
I would like to thank The Belgium Federation, Roberto, all the staff and players for making a Frenchman feel so welcome amongst all of you Red Devils! I wish you every success in the future and I’m sure there will be even greater things to come. @belgianreddevils ?? ??
The former Arsenal, and Barcelona forward as he has clearly explained, was with the team for two years, where they got to the Semi-finals of the just concluded Russia FIFA 2018 World Cup, where they lost out to eventual winners, France.
The team managed to take home the Bronze medal after they beat England in the third-place match