Patrick Vieira was one of the greatest midfielders to ever play for Arsenal Football Club. The former French midfielder joined Arsenal in 1996 from AC Milan for £3.5m. Vieira left Arsenal for Juventus in 2005 for £13.75m. In total, he made 406 appearances for Arsenal and scored 33 goals. He wore the number 4 shirt for Arsenal and was captain of Arsenal’s Invincibles squad that won the league without losing a match. Vieira is currently the manager of Nice. He was born on June 23, 1976.
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After links to Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry, AFC Bournemouth have given their head coach job to Jonathan Woodgate.
Arsene Wenger says Patrick Vieira was also in the running for the job at AFC Bournemouth, with Thierry Henry the current front-runner.
William Gallas thinks Arsenal should sack Mikel Arteta and hire Patrick Vieira who has just been sacked himself.
OGC Nice sacked Patrick Vieira on Friday morning, after another defeat and strong fan protests against the manager on Thursday night.
When Thierry Henry was appointed as the manager of Monaco, a number of people woke up to the fact that Patrick Vieira was already managing in Ligue 1, but why did he leave Arsenal in the first place?
Manchester City's manager Nick Cushing will leave the club, after his side plays Arsenal on 2 February, to become assistant manager at New York City in the MLS.
Patrick Vieira is Arsenal's number one choice for their head coach job ahead of Mikel Arteta, according to reports in France.
Edu is said to want Patrick Vieira as the next Arsenal manager while the club seemingly remain divided behind the scenes over who would be best for the job.
Patrick Vieira says he wouldn't be able to ignore Arsenal if they came calling, but he's focusing on his current club OGC Nice.
David Seaman would like to see Arsenal give the manager's job to Patrick Vieira if they can't get a manager with a 'big personality'.
The Arsenal hierarchy have made Patrick Vieira the prime candidate for the permanent head coach job, according to a report from France.
Patrick Vieira spoke to the media this weekend about Unai Emery's departure from Arsenal and the rumours about him taking over.
On Friday morning, Arsenal announced the news that Unai Emery had been sacked, and Freddie Ljungberg will take over on an interim basis.
Patrick Vieira could be heading off to the States if David Beckham gets his wish and makes the Arsenal legend his first manager.
Arsenal have identified their top targets to replace Unai Emery as head coach, if they make the decision to let the Spaniard go.
Nigel Winterburn has been speaking about the situation at Arsenal with Unai Emery while also looking ahead to Arsenal's game against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup.
Le10Sport report that Arsenal could well move for Massimiliano Allegri, therefore stopping PSG signing him even though they currently have Thomas Tuchel.
Today is Arsene Wenger's 70th birthday so it seems a good time to look back at some of his best players.
Patrick Vieira has admitted he is dreaming of managing Arsenal one day in a news report that I might need to be left alone with for a few minutes.
On this day in 2003, six Arsenal players were charged by the FA after the infamous 'Battle of Old Trafford' which took place on 21 September.
Patrick Vieira and Mikel Arteta are two of the three favourites for the Newcastle United manager's job according to reports.
Patrick Vieira has once again said he'd like to manage Arsenal one day with Arsene Wenger backing his ability to do the role.
Patrick Vieira called Cesc Fabregas 'the kid who made me leave Arsenal' when the pair met up recently, according to the Spanish midfielder himself.
Arsenal aren't generally known as a club that constantly start brawls, fights and riots, but that just makes the occasions where things do kick off all the more memorable.
In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew, Sylvain, and renegade Juventus fan (and friend of the Pod) Lana Dawood discuss what...
Patrick Vieira says he had a conversation with Arsenal executives over the possibility of taking over from Arsene Wenger, but didn't reach the final stages of the process.
Arsenal have now got three names left on their shortlist after Max Allegri ruled out leaving Juventus unless he was sacked.
Arsenal are continuing their post-Wenger-era clear out by getting rid of more coaches and medical personnel according to an exclusive in Tuesday’s Daily Mail which isn't really an exclusive as it's also in the Telegraph.
Reliable BBC journalist David Ornstein confirmed on Saturday night that former Gunner Freddie Ljungberg will return as a youth team coach, claiming 'that deal is done'.
Arsenal have reportedly reduced their long short-list of people to replace Arsene Wenger to just three managers – Massimiliano Allegri, Patrick Vieira, and Mikel Arteta.
Everton are planning to make a move for former Gunner and current New York City manager Patrick Vieira, as they're already looking to replace Sam Allardyce.
Arsenal haven't made any contact with Patrick Vieira over taking over from Arsene Wenger, despite the near constant links between the former Gunner and the job.
Arsenal have invited the likes of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp and many more back to the club for Arsene Wenger's final home game, according to reports.
Robert Pires thinks Patrick Vieira is '100%' ready to manage Arsenal, as someone who is regularly in contract with his fellow Frenchman.
Patrick Vieira claimed that Arsenal's current squad of players are better footballers than the Invincibles, but said they don't have the physicality to win certain matches.
Speaking in 2016, Patrick Vieira explained why he left Arsenal for Juventus and the reason he gave means there is no reason he can't return now as he admits being 'ready' for the Arsenal job.
Patrick Vieira has said that he’s ‘ready’ despite recently hinting he wasn’t as he continues to be linked with the Arsenal manager’s job.
Patrick Vieira has ruled himself out of the running for the Arsenal manager’s job...for now but Pep Guardiola thinks he's ready for it.
Pep Guardiola says Patrick Vieira is ready to take over from Arsene Wenger if the Arsenal board want him to, claiming the former Gunner is already a top manager.
Patrick Vieira and Brendan Rodgers have both played down talk that they could be in the running to take over from Arsene Wenger at the end of the season.