When the Montreal Impact hired Arsenal legend Thierry Henry to be their new head coach, a certain number of eyebrows were raised. The Frenchman is one of the greatest footballers of his generation. He has experience of Major League Soccer having played for the New York Red Bulls and is obviously an inspirational figure for any young player.
But his managerial experience is neither plentiful nor successful. Henry has only been a manager once in his career. Henry replaced legendary Moncao manager Leondardo Jardim in October 2017. Three months later and after just five wins, he was first suspended and eventually fired, replaced by Jardim himself.