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It was a nervous but happy Sunday for Patrick Vieira as New York City FC cruised to a 4-3 victory over Chicago Fire in the MLS.
Arsenal legendary midfielder Patrick Vieira began his coaching career on a high note as New York City FC cruised past Chicago Fire in a nervy but thrilling encounter played at the Toyota Park. The visitors opened the score sheet through Thomas ‘Tommy&rsquo... Read the rest of the article »
NYCFC registered their first goal of the season through Tommy McNamara, and it was a total beauty.
Thomas ‘Tommy’ Liam McNamara scored the first goal of the season for New York City FC against Chicago Fire as the two sides clashed in the MLS. Famously known as T-Mac, the 25-year-old American midfielder capitalized on an excellent build-up... Read the rest of the article »
Patrick Vieira will oversee his first professional match as a manager when New York City FC visits Chicago Fire in the MLS.
Former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira is expected to launch his coaching career on Sunday as he guides New York City FC against Chicago Fire. The former Arsenal great was part of the famous ‘invincibles’ who won the Premier League... Read the rest of the article »
A key figure of the Gunners’ Invincibles of 2004, he favors The Special One over Le Prof.
Given that Jose Mourinho is no friend of Arsene Wenger, calling the Portuguese boss a better manager than the Frenchman may not sit well with Le Prof. Read the rest of the article »
However, should a former player do so, a feeling of betrayal can be expected from the Gunners...
The team failed to make the playoffs finishing in eighth place of the Eastern Conference. Vieira was the captain of the French World Cup Champions team in 1998
Patrick Vieira, the same man that got to lift the World Cup with France in 1998, is the new coach appointed to lift New York Football Club from a first season where expectations were not met. The 39-year-old former player will be the second manager in... Read the rest of the article »
With Van Persie stealing most of the headlines, ahead of the clash between rivals Arsenal and Man United, the Dutchman is expected to be the centre of attraction as he faces the Emirates crowd for the first time since his summer move.
His reception at the Emirates is expected to be harsh, but older followers of the game are well aware of the fact that this clash is a lot more than the Dutchman. Read the rest of the article »
The rivalry between Arsenal and Manchester United is one of the most fierce rivalries...
Arsenal arguably play the prettiest football in England but their title drought still exists when even Manchester City have gone in to win something lately.
The first thing many might retort about the previous line is that Manchester City “bought” the 2011 FA Cup title with their oil money. But Patrick Vieira has other thoughts aside the issue of money spending as the main source behind success in modern... Read the rest of the article »
Despite playing the best rated football in England, Arsenal have often been blamed for being weak and not matured enough. Live Soccer TV provides a brief look into it.
'So close, yet so far' has been the significant story of Arsenal's season so far. The Gunners have definitely shown some very bright promises in terms of Arsene Wenger's philosophy of football but they have this weird knack of faltering when it all matters... Read the rest of the article »
Ex-Arsenal player Patrick Vieira has praised Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, comparing the Argentine to the former Barcelona striker Thierry Henry.
Referring to Henry’s performance years back when he was at his best, Vieira stated that both superstars sat at the same level of greatness. The 34-year-old midfielder emphasized on the South American forward’s powerful abilities to lead his side to success... Read the rest of the article »
"Money doesn't buy success", true or false? For Manchester City's Patrick Vieira, this season might not be the club's time yet to shine.
Large sums of money were splashed by Manchester City during the last transfer window period. David Silva, Mario Balotelli, James Milner and other players landed at Eastlands in the process to strengthen the club which is experiencing a revolution. Read the rest of the article »
Ramires featured for Chelsea in midweek as the Blues crashed out from the Carling Cup. Now, he's dreaming of facing his hero – Manchester City’s Patrick Vieira.
Ramires featured for Chelsea in midweek as the Blues crashed out from the Carling Cup. Now, he's dreaming of facing his hero – Manchester City’s Patrick Vieira. Read the rest of the article »
The Brazilian international and former Benfica may have the chance of playing against...