Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry has been suspended from his role as coach of Monaco with his team second bottom of Ligue 1.
In a statement Thursday, the Principality outfit said: “Henry has been suspended until a definitive decision is made.”
The club added that assistant coach Franck Passi would oversee training on Friday ahead of the weekend’s clash with fellow strugglers Dijon.
The hammer dropped on Henry, 41, with Monaco second-from-bottom in the French league with 15 points after the former Arsenal and France striker earned the Principality club just two wins since his arrival in October.
He took up the post with the 2017 French champions in October following the sacking of title-winner Leonardo Jardim but failed to improve on the poor start to the campaign by his predecessor.