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Thierry Henry begins his professional career at Monaco

July 1998

Forces his way into the France squad that eventually goes on to win the World Cup

January 1999

Makes a £10.5 million move to Juventus that proved to be a difficult period in his career

August 1999

Frenchman becomes a £10m signing for Arsenal as Arsene Wenger uses him as a striker

July 2000

France are crowned champions of Europe

June 2002

Les Bleus exit World Cup without getting past the group stage. Henry is sent off in second match

2003-04 season

At club level, however, forward is a pivotal part of the Gunners' legendary 'Invincibles' team

2005-06 season

Finishes season as top scorer in the Premier League

May 2006

The heart break of a Champions League final defeat to Barcelona

June 2007

Henry joins Barcelona in deal reported to be around £16m

May 2009

Barca do the treble before going on to win Spanish Supercup, the UEFA Supercup and the FIFA Club World Cup

2009-10 season

Emergence of youngster Pedro, along with injury concerns, limits Henry’s appearances

World Cup 2010

Campaign ends in disaster as France exit in group stage amidst mutiny from players

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