JAMIE CARRAGHER revealed Thierry Henry was visibly "embarrassed" after his spell in charge at Monaco ended in disaster.
The Arsenal legend, 42, left his role as Roberto Martinez's assistant with the Belgian national team to take over at the Ligue 1 club in October 2018.
But just two months later, with four wins, five draws and 11 defeats from his 20 games in charge, he was sacked.
To make matters worse, Monaco turned back to Leonardo Jardim and replaced Henry with the man he had initially taken over from.
Speaking to Sky Sports' Off Script podcast, Carragher said: "I could almost see the embarrassment on his face.
"He didn't come back to Sky but he would pop into the studio now and again when we were doing Arsenal games.
"You could almost feel he was a little bit embarrassed with how it went at Monaco.
"He tried to tell you the reasons – whether they were reasons or excuses – that's what people have to do as managers. It just eats them up."
After ten months back out of the game, Henry took on his second job as a manager, this time at MLS side Montreal Impact.
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