CBS Sports fans are in hysterics as Micah Richards reveals how Thierry Henry ‘dirtyed’ him with major snub

MICAH RICHARDS and Thierry Henry left CBS Sports fans in hysterics as they discussed the Arsenal legend’s new job.

The pair returned to screens alongside Jamie Carragher and presenter Kate Abdo for CBS’ coverage of the Champions League.

Thierry Henry was asked about his new job as France U21 coach


Thierry Henry was asked about his new job as France U21 coach
Micah Richards joked that he was disappointed he wasn't asked to be Henry's assistant


Micah Richards joked that he was disappointed he wasn’t asked to be Henry’s assistant

And the popular squad picked up where they left off last season by bantering with each other and entertaining viewers at home.

Abdo asked Henry about his new role as coach of the France U21 team after joining about a month ago.

Henry revealed he was enjoying the job after picking up two wins in two games, before Abdo asked if he was thinking about picking an assistant from his “inner circle”.

That prompted Richards to intervene, who joked that he was disappointed he was overlooked.

Richards continued CBS Sports Golazo: “To be honest, I was expecting a phone call, but he called me to tell me who his assistant was.”

“Titi, you did me wrong, man, you did me wrong.”

Fans love the exchange and many are happy to see their favorite expert team back on their screens.

One viewer said: “You guys are back with a bang!😃”


Another added: “And they’re back. The best experts. 😍”

A third wrote: “The crew is back. I love their chemistry.”

And another commented: “By far the funniest and best pregame show of all sports debates.”

Instead of Richards, Henry appointed former Arsenal defenders Gael Clichy and Gerald Baticle as his assistant managers.


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