3.29.2011

Thierry Henry in New York: A Sky Sports Special Event



Leave it to Sky Sports --a news outlet that is readily available in the U.K., but something of a fringe network in the U.S.-- to give us the deep-dive on Thierry Henry's life in NYC. It's kind of a shame because something like this could really help sell him, RBNY and MLS stateside.

But maybe that's not the point. Maybe this is one of those things that you do to help improve your club's status as world-renowned, international players....like hiring Eric Cantona for some old position or other.

Either way TiTi is dope and this 4-part, 45+ minute expose* is as well. We get to go to TiTi's SoHo rooftop, find out that Juan Agudelo has no idea who 2 Live Crew are and sit in Holland Tunnel traffic on the way to Red Bull Arena on match day. Take it in y'all.

Parts 2 + 3 + 4

*It's probably not a proper "expose" as I don't think there is anything unseemly about it. But "expose" sounds far sexier and just as Access Hollywood as "exclusive" does.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

good stuff.

Anonymous said...

Extremely poor example of journalism1

SF said...

Is it journalism? Just because someone asks questions with a camera and a mic doesn't make them a journalist. And even if it does they all don't have to be Brian Williams...some of them need to be Sway.

Dillon said...

What do you want her to ask him?

Titi, how do you feel about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Libya?

Titi, do you believe that the Japanese government is doing enough to inform the public about the dangers of radiation?

The man kicks a ball for a god damned living. A trip to his granny's is about as heavy as shit gets in his life.

Anonymous said...

Journalism? She's fracking hot. Jibberish could come out of that mouth, and I'd still watch her.

Anonymous said...

What is so bad about her questions? It's not like she's interviewing the secretary of state....

Love Titi and psyched he's here in NY.

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Pepe Cadena said...

Thierry is my favorite soccer player from France... he is better that the retrogrado of Zidane !

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I agree with the comment of Pepe Cadena, I think that Henry is the most important soccer player in France since 2000 , he is a "lion of penalty area"