The New York Red Bulls signed the world famous 33-year-old French forward as a designated player midseason in 2010, and Henry didn't exactly light up the league. Hampered by nagging injuries, the former Arsenal and Barcelona superstar closed the campaign with only two goals and three assists in 12 appearances. But let's be clear: Titi is not David Beckham, a half-committed fading star who's dying to get paid and go home.

Henry, who scored 51 goals in 123 appearances for France from 1997-2010 and helped Les Bleus win the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2000 UEFA European Football Championship, and 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup, has proven all he needs to on the international level and retired. He isn't plotting ways to get back on with the national side for one last go.

With former RBNY striker Juan Pablo Angel released and now playing with Beckham on the rival L.A. Galaxy, the onus of scoring goals falls squarely on Henry's capable shoulders (above, peep how incompetent he made defenders looks last year). Now that he's had a full offseason to heal and rest and a full preseason to build chemistry with his teammates, including the exciting 18-year-old forward Juan Agudelo, we think he will dazzle.

That's right, our money is on a guy nicknamed Titi to make other dudes look foolish.