Thierry Henry is ‘not here to kill any more’ as he swaps the pitch for the boardroom

As Thierry Henry sits down to discuss his latest football venture in the idyllic surroundings of Lake Como, he cannot help but ask himself how he got here.

It’s not so much his delayed flight into Milan that has him thinking. It’s more his own journey. From a young kid practising with a tennis ball in his parent’s moderate apartment in the Parisian suburb of Les Ulis to now, entering the realms of club ownership.

After a playing career that saw him lift Premier League trophies, Champions League titles and the World Cup, the 45-year-old is taking his love for the game in a new direction after investing in eagerly ambitious Serie B club Como 1907. It is a journey his younger self would have never had the temerity to contemplate.

Thierry Henry was announced as a shareholder at Serie B side Como at the end of August

Thierry Henry was announced as a shareholder at Serie…

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