Thierry Henry emerges as a candidate to lead the French national women’s football team, following Corinne Diacre’s dismissal. Will the legendary striker step in?
Corinne Diacre’s dismissal opens door for new coach
The French national women’s football team is in search of a new coach following the recent dismissal of Corinne Diacre.
Diacre’s departure came after several players expressed dissatisfaction with her leadership, creating an uneasy situation for France, one of the top contenders in the upcoming Women’s World Cup in July.
Thierry Henry’s past coaching cxperience
According to L’Equipe, Thierry Henry, the legendary French footballer and former assistant to the Red Devils, is being considered for the vacant coaching position.
If selected, this would be Henry’s first role as a head coach since 2021.
His previous coaching stints included leading AS Monaco and Montreal Impact between 2018 and 2021.
Other Potential Candidates for the Position
RMC Sport reports that the French Football Federation is also considering other candidates, such as Patrice Lair, Gerard Precheur, Sonia Bompastor, Sandrine Soubeyrand, and Hervé Renard.
As the Women’s World Cup approaches, the Federation is eager to appoint a suitable replacement as soon as possible to lead the team towards success.