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Henry was in the stands at the Emirates, as the Gunners beat Tottenham in the North London Derby.
But the 44-year-old then watched Arteta’s men struggle to claim a point against Brighton a week later.
That draw saw Arsenal drop back below Spurs on the Premier League table, into the bottom half.
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‘I don’t know if things are going in the right direction. I watched the Brighton game. Did you watch it?
‘I’ve seen us beating Norwich before, winning at Burnley, beating Tottenham at home – because we always beat Tottenham at home.
‘I was more than happy when we beat Tottenham as we were on a good run but I was waiting to see a performance, away from home, against a team that passes the ball.
‘And, instead, we suffered,’ Henry said.
AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK