Thierry Henry on New York CIty and France Losing at Euro 2012: Steve Nash Showdown – New York City Video

New York Red Bulls star Thierry Henry talks to KICKTV’s Temryss Lane about the Steve Nash Showdown in Chinatown 2012. Thierry weighs in on what it’s like to do events like this in a place like New York City. He also discusses his thoughts on Euro 2012. Subscribe: bit.ly Kick TV: bit.ly Twitter: bit.ly Facebook: on.fb.me Tumblr: bit.ly
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  1. FIFA rankings mean absolutely f-ck all, so it that’s going to be the basis of your argument you’ve already lost considering the USA was ranked 4th going into the 2006 World Cup. Bye hater.

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  2. Hungary is ranked ahead of the US in the world rankings. Both Bosnia and Lithuania dont have the financial support needed to buy player like the MLS does. And yet still the MLS is shit. Yeah you dont know how top respond because the odds are stacked against you. The MLS is shit face it. Its not personal agenda its the truth

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  3. That is seriously the most asinine comment I’ve ever read I don’t even know how to respond. How wrong can you be? Personal agenda clearly…

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  4. If you ever watch a MLS game then you’ll see that im right. The defense is so unbelivably shit that they could be compared to the san marino leauge.

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  5. MLS is nowhere near as tough as any league in Europe? So the Bosnian, Hungarian, Lithuanian leagues are “tougher” than MLS? Riiiiiiiiiiiiight.

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  6. The MLS is nowhere near as tough as any leauge in europe or south america. But i dont think you know what competetive means or then you missread my comment. I never said that the MLS was more competetive than the premier leauge. Yes the MLS is competetive. The players are being payed to play football. They are playing football at a proffesional level and are striving to win a cup. There is a certain element of high competition. Not anyone can play in the MLS

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