Vieira Breaks Silence On Becoming New Arsenal Manager

Speculations claim Vieira, who is head coach of Nice, is one of the names on Arsenal’s shortlist, but the Frenchman has played down the rumours.

Former Arsenal captain, Patrick Vieira, has brushed off speculation
that he could take over as the club’s new manager, following Unai
Emery’s dismissal.

Vieira’s former team-mate, Freddie Ljunberg, has been put in
temporary charge of the Gunners, while the club continue to search for a
permanent manager.

Speculations claim Vieira, who is head coach of Nice, is one of the
names on Arsenal’s shortlist, but the Frenchman has played down the
rumours.

“It’s a very difficult job and I realise that. It’s always sad to see a coach lose his job,” he told reporters, following Nice’s victory over Angers on Saturday.

“Today it’s his turn and tomorrow maybe it will be me. When you
throw yourselves into this job, you have to expect to be sacked one day.

“There are things I don’t control. People say a lot of things in
this industry, whether they’re true or not. I have nothing to say on the
matter.

“Like you, I read things, watch things and listen to things. That’s all. I have never said I wanted to leave Nice!

“Maybe one day I’ll be sacked without wanting to leave Nice.

“I know where I am and I know where I’m going and it doesn’t bother me.

“It’s true that this evening I would have preferred more
questions about the performance of my players rather than on my
future.” 

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