In the wake of the New York Red Bulls’ loss in the Eastern Conference Championship, Thierry Henry announced he wouldn’t return to MLS in 2015. As it turns out, the defeat over two legs to New England would be the last of his storied career.
Early this morning Eastern Standard Time, Henry announced his retirement via his Facebook page.
He leaves behind a playing career that saw him capture Premier League titles, the 1998 World Cup, the 2000 European Championship and a slew of individual awards. Along with his stint at Arsenal and the Red Bulls, he turned up for Monaco, Juventus and Barcelona, scoring 284 goals in club soccer. Take a look at his top 25 goals from his Arsenal days, when he was at the height of his career.