Thierry Henry was involved in an angry exchange with a couple of Arsenal’s supporters, following the Gunners’ 3-2 defeat at the Liberty Stadium. The Frenchman called on his fellow teammates to acknowledge the travelling support at the end of the game and he took exception to the negative response from supporters who questioned the fight and commitment of some of the players. Henry called upon the fans to get behind the football club, rather than make the situation worse by turning against them.
While Henry was dealing with supporters, his manager revealed that he is tempted to start with Thierry in the coming games given the influence he has on the football pitch.
Elsewhere in the news this morning Jamie Carragher reveals his concern about Liverpool’s ability to make the top four; Florent Malouda is desperate for more action at Chelsea, while Roberto Martinez reveals he won’t be letting Hugo Rodallega leave the DW Stadium in January.
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