Thierry Henry's wait for his first win as Monaco manager goes on as the French side fell to a 1-0 loss against Stade Reims today in Ligue 1.
The former Arsenal striker replaced Leonardo Jardim on October 18 but has thus far been unable to arrest their slide as the Ligue 1 club fell to their seventh league loss in a row. It resulted in a furious away section venting towards the Monaco team and manager.
Furious Monaco travelling support coming down from their seats in Reims to give Thierry Henry & his players a piece of their minds. pic.twitter.com/mDT2KQH6og
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) November 3, 2018
Thierry Henry says post-match that his #Monaco players “are refusing to play [how he wants]” because they lack of confidence. Haven’t won in 14.
— FootballTransferNews (@FTransferNews) November 4, 2018
The result means the Ligue 1 table paints a grim picture for Monaco, who are second last with only one win this season.
A frustrated Henry said in his press conference that training has given some cause for optimism.
The week has been good during the training, I won't say it hasn't been good, but the game didn't reflect what happened during this good week.
You also have an opponent during the game, of course. Reims was just better than us.
— Sport360° (@Sport360) November 4, 2018
It doesn't get any easier for Monaco, as they prepare to face league leaders PSG next week.