Wenger confirms Thierry Henry interested in Bordeaux job

Arsène Wenger has signaled he'll wait a couple more months before deciding on his future but confessed he's enjoying his spare time because departing Arsenal in the end of last season.Wenger, who resigned after nearly 22 years in charge in May, had expected to make a determination.  However, having been employed to get Sports as a pundit at Russia, the Frenchman plans to take somewhat more time to make his head up because he takes an elongated vacation in Corsica."I chose not to pick," he told local paper Corse Matin.  "I had been drunk for this very long time which I promised myself to not make any conclusions prior to September.  [It is going] better than I thought.  You dread just a emptiness Whenever you've been busy as I've been. I speak a lot also, I will sit for hours considering the horizon, I read each single day, right now a novel by Philip Roth called I Married a Communist."Wenger also verified that Thierry Henry is excited on achievement Gus Poyet as Bordeaux supervisor following the Uruguayan was suspended a week."Yes, he would like to perform it, he's smart and he's the qualities," said Wenger.  "The question we ask ourselves is if we're prepared to sacrifice our life for the training profession."Wenger has been connected with different articles since departing Arsenal but has yet to make a business decision if he'll seek out another post for a manager.  He rejected the chance of taking up another profession like even a career in politics or archeology."For archeology, I don't understand enough about land compositions.  Nor politics.  On Saturdays we need to demonstrate they function and the end result is instantaneous, although what I enjoy about the job of a supervisor is that we've got notions.  In politics, between concept and evidence by demonstration, matters take a good deal longer."Wenger will travel to Liberia to obtain the highest honor of the African country for his part in the soccer career of president George Weah's maturation.  Claude Le Roy, another in his formative years, is to be granted the highest honor of the country, the authorities said on Monday. 

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