Thierry Henry reveals his biggest fear in life, he hit the whole panel in the feels
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Thierry Henry revealed his biggest fear in life and his answer hit the entire punditry team in the feels.
Former Manchester City defender Richards was first up and opted for aeroplanes, admitting: "I don't like planes. I don't like the turbulence man."
Ex-Fulham and Tottenham forward Dempsey then promptly answered: "Sharks - getting eaten alive."
When quizzed on when that would happen, he replied: "It's not going to happen to be because I'm not going to get in the ocean!"
Former Liverpool defender Carragher was next up and chose Henry as his biggest fear when he was playing against the Frenchman.
Davies opted for hornets and wasps, discussing the time he ran into a nest when he was a child.
However, Henry offered a far more heartfelt answer to the question, revealing his biggest fear was "not being a good dad", prompting a chorus of 'awws' from the rest of the studio.
Thierry Henry got deep about his biggest fear in life. 🥺 pic.twitter.com/05KHS9lhvE— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) November 30, 2023
Abdo then added: "Thierry always takes it somewhere deep, doesn't he?"
Henry also lifted the lid on the greatest player he ever swapped shirts with, naming Ronaldo Nazario from the 1998 World Cup final.