A LOOK BACK AT HENRY’S FIRST RED BULLS TRAINING SESSION

Henry joined his new teammates on the pitch for the first time on Friday, and RBR was there to give you a look at the club’s newest DP signing.

Watch this video and more on the NewYorkRedBulls.com official video player.

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26 Responses to “A LOOK BACK AT HENRY’S FIRST RED BULLS TRAINING SESSION”

  1. Cindy Says:

    geez… even supposedly “out-of-shape” Henry is schooling the boys hard! i like it!

  2. christian Says:

    if half the stuff henry is doing in practice works in games we vill never lise again!!!!!

  3. Billie Says:

    I agree Henry is the best 🙂
    I cannot wait to see him play for the first time in MLS!

  4. alex Says:

    LOL!! I cant wait to see him play! He was schooling everyone!

  5. Dario Says:

    wow, looks good…made a number of RB players look bad.

  6. Alle Says:

    Legennnddddd, out of shape nothing, he’ll be ready on Thursday boys, mark my words!

  7. alex Says:

    it looks like some of the red bull guys cant keep up with him when he passes it in the middle for a shot. they dont react as fast as he does lol

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  9. dillon Says:

    does anyone know where to get the jersey tank tops their wearing?

  10. Cubillas Says:

    Henry is going to be make a difference right from the start. I say, many players are either going to raise their bars and get on with the winner mentality or they will be left behind. I hope our first game marks the beginning of something special for our club. I’ll be there on Thursday night.

    • Starks in Tampa Says:

      I hope soo too Cubillas but this team needs major help in the mid, no creativity whatsoever, and dont be surprised if Henry plays a hybrid M/F lord knows we need someone who can bring the ball up and dish the ball to the forwards…in any other league Henry would be strictly a SS, or FW, but here he can bring the ball up why not.

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  12. Tim F. Says:

    I can’t wait to see the Dynamo Red Bulls match.

  13. Lenny Says:

    I can not believe how flippin’ excited I am about Henry joining RBNY!! I can’t wait for the first match that counts against Houston, then to see TH14 & JPA up top at RBA against Toronto, then Galaxy. There are no easy matches the rest of the way (except the Revs – hahahahatheysuck) and unlike last year we’ll be in every one of them.

  14. emilio Says:

    they suck but they beat us last time we played, so lets take it easy.

  15. Starks in Tampa Says:

    Henry looking like a man among boys in training, we really have no idea as a team what to do with the ball as shown by that 5v2 keep away, of course with the exception of Henry….amazing how much we lack necessary fundamental skills as soccer players espacially our mid.

    • Bobby Says:

      Your judging them on a 2 second clip of 5v2 in a 10×10 square? Wow some people do talk some crap

      • alex Says:

        i actually agree with starks cause when i see them warming up before games i think to myself how unenthusiastic and bored they look and how poor they pass to eachother. they are always chasing the ball around.

  16. Dario Says:

    Most of the bloggers here could out perform the RB’s midfield. Esp. the last game…OY!

  17. el Says:

    most of us here have no idea what we are talking about.

    • Starks in Tampa Says:

      speak for urself el, I played this game at a high level, friends well used to be with Woly….anyway….I think I know what I am talking about and it doesnt take a soccer einstine to figure out that the Redbulls midfield doesn’t exist.

      • el Says:

        yeah its obvious the team needs help in midfield, there is no doubting that, but some of the comments and solutions posed illustrate that some people dont know much about the sport. Playing a sport or being friends with a player doesnt neccessarily equate with knowing the sport.

      • alex Says:

        sry but im gonna have to agree with starks on this one. i follow nearly every league and watch almost every game. i like to think i know my fare share about what goes on and what a team needs to improve it

  18. Dario Says:

    lol. haha!

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