Struggling Monaco manager Thierry Henry has been suspended following a poor performance under the former gunners striker.
According to Mirror Sports, the suspension took effect after the Frenchman had banished several first team players of the club to the reserve side.
The 1998 France World Cup winner had a very poor start to his managerial career, in which Monaco have won 2 of their 12 games since he took charge on October 13, 2018.
It is quite unfortunate that a club like Monaco who finished second on the table last season is now relaxing at the relegation zone and seated on the 19th position under the Frenchman.
Although it has not been confirmed that the Frenchman has been sacked, but it looks so eminent that he would get a feel of the sacking crumbs soon once management takes a final decision.
Henry who had been enjoying working as a pundit with Sky Sports alongside his role with the Belgium national side before he made a decision to have a feel of management, but it seems he had got a taste of the bitter side.