that.” Asked by Burley whether he meant footballers shouldn’t publicly announce that they are coming out, Henry responded: “They should, but I am saying the reaction of others: ‘oh wow oh’ – I think it’s great, I think it is great for the game – we are going forward – it is great for any human being.
“If you are confident enough to come and say it and live with it, and have that meeting with yourself and embrace it, so be it. I was talking more about the reaction of others.” Burley then asked whether Henry thought the Premier League, or professional football in general would accept gay players coming out.
Coutinho: Liverpool better than Everton Henry was reluctant to compare Mbappe with himself but did not hold back in his praise of the forward, whose club team-mate Fabinho has tipped him for a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid. l really like watching him play." Asked what he would teach Mbappe as a coach, Henry added: "When you have kid with that much talent, what are you going to teach him apart from a few tactical things?
"I don't like comparing players - Mbappe has to become Mbappe and that is all," Henry said to Canal Plus. "So it is more [about saying] develop your brain and become a killer.
The 18-year-old has scored 19 goals for Monaco in what has been his breakthrough season and made his France debut against Luxembourg last week, becoming Les Bleus' youngest player for over 60 years.Valencia - who has an eight-year-old daughter called Domenica with wife Zoila Meneses - is said to have sent snaps of his private parts to beautician Katy Latham.The United winger reportedly offered to fly the 24-year-old to Manchester and book a hotel room.“Going around ‘do you think it is right, do you think it is wrong? I can play with you its not a problem we are ultimately there to do a job.’ – well in the society in which we are living it is ok – it is normal. Whatever you believe in, whatever you do, it’s not my problem, it’s your prerogative.