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Henry Snubs This Player As His Best Teammate

France and Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has uncovered who he feels was his best-ever colleague, and maybe shockingly, it is neither Lionel Messi nor Ronaldinho. 

The previous FC Barcelona forward had a fruitful 21-year playing vocation, during which he amassed an aggregate of 588 objective associations in 914 matches while featuring for Les Bleus, the Blaugrana, the Gunners, Juventus and AS Monaco, among others, agreeing to Transfermarkt. 

Henry played with many top gifts, including Ronaldinho, Samuel Eto'o, Robert Pires and Zinedine Zidane, yet he was at his best during his spell at Barca, where he and Messi joined to win seven prizes, including two LaLiga titles and a UEFA Champions League crown. 

Nonetheless, while the 44-year-old was covering the UEFA Champions League for CBS Sports this week, he uncovered that it is Gunners symbol Dennis Bergkamp whom he feels was the best player he took to the field with. 

However, this isn't whenever Henry first has made this confirmation. 

"I have consistently said Dennis Bergkamp will stay the best accomplice I have at any time ever," he had recently said during a meeting with The Independent. 

"He is a fantasy for a striker." 

He additionally said this of the Duthcman in a Facebook Q&A in 2015: "In light of life span, and on the grounds that I saw him consistently in preparing for a long time, Dennis Bergkamp [was the best player he played with]. 

"Since he was continually doing what the game was requesting that he do. 

"I appreciated how Dennis was continually attempting to regard the game. He could score, however he could likewise pass and hang tight for the right second... He was continually attempting to regard the game when he could do other stuff." 

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