T. Henry revealed why he left the Juventus team at the beginning of his career
Legendary Frenchman Thierry Henry managed to write golden letters in the history of the Juventus team in Turin.
However, in 1999, after briefly playing in the Italian Serie A, he moved to the London Arsenal team, where he shone with the most colorful.
As the 45-year-old French claims, his departure was determined by one person.
“When I joined Juventus I had back pain but I was still determined to play.
I didn’t compete in the first matches because coach Marcello Lippi planned for me in the front position. He was soon sacked and replaced by Carlo Ancelotti.
Then I started to play better and after the game against Roma I was already scoring goals and making assists.
But I decided to leave because club manager Luciano Moggi did not respect me. At the time, something was “over the top” for him, and I don’t want to go into details. “I am an honest person and I think it is wrong to be treated this way,” T. Henry.