The Monaco roster prevailed ahead of Club Brugge's club as Thierry Henry awaits his first win as a coach
- Thierry Henry prepares his team in Monaco for the Champions League
- Henry is still waiting for his first win as coach after four games
- Monaco is in third place in Group A with a point of possible nine points
- Henry is on the front page of the latest issue of France Football magazine
Jeorge Bird for Mailonline
Monaco completed their last training on Monday before the Champions League opening game against Club Brugge on Tuesday night.
Thierry Henry is still waiting for the first victory of his leadership career and will try to secure him in the Champions League duel.
Former Arsenal striker Henry has lost two draws and two defeats since being named Monaco captain.
Thierry Henry gives instructions to his team in Monaco before playing Club Brugge
Benjamin Henrichs and striker Radamel Falcao both attended the meeting
In his four games previously responsible for Monaco Henry has not yet won a victory
Henry is on the cover of the latest France Football magazine, which is accompanied by the "Les Faces Cachées" (hidden pages).
Monaco are currently in 19th place in the Ligue 1 table, and in the Champions League the situation is not much better for them as they are in third place in Group A and only one point after their three games Has.
Henry can call striker Radamel Falcao, but Monaco urgently needs a victory that will increase morale.
Ex-France international Henry looked focused during training as he gave instructions to his team.
Henry actively participated in the meeting as the players of Monaco trained
Monaco scored only one point out of nine possible points in the Champions League this season
Henry is facing a considerable challenge to improve Monaco's assets
Henry shows that his excellent technique remains very intact
Monaco goalkeeper Danijel Subasic saves during the training
Henry is on the front page of the new issue of France Football magazine, which is accompanied by the caption "hidden pages".
Monaco and Bruges drew 1-1 in Belgium last month, and Henry's team is trying to figure out the home advantage.
They will also be anxious to get the fans back on their side. Some fans have expressed their frustration with the team following their 1-0 loss to Reims over the weekend.