Henry needs no introduction, 60 appearances for his nation team scoring 20 goals, played at the 2010 FIFA World Club Championships with Heraki United and played professionally in the A-League with Perth Glory FC.
Henry is no stranger to Wellington Football representing both Team Wellington FC and Miramar Rangers AFC. Henry recently retired from international football and will be remembered as one of Solomon Islands most iconic players, inspiring kids from all over the country to follow in his footsteps.
Having been the Technical Development Officer for the Solomon Islands Football Federation, club Chairman Nick Halikias is delighted to have Henry on-board to continue the development of the club’s young players “the opportunity for our kids to learn from Henry is the main reason why we are so keen to get him on-board, I’m looking forward to the impact he has on our U17 and U19 players”.
Central League Head Coach Shaun Easthope is also excited to have Henry join the club “His pedigree speaks for itself and the experiences he has at the very pinnacle of the sport is something the club will benefit immensely from, having worked with Henry while I was at FIFA I know first-hand how passionate he is to pass on his legacy to the next generation of young Solomon Island and New Zealand kids. While his coaching work with the kids will be his most important contribution, having him involved in the first team playing group will improve the team significantly”.
From everyone at Wellington Olympic, we welcome Henry with open arms and feel very privileged that the he decided to join the Greek family.