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Patrick Vieira: 'Premier League job would be a dream'

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Nice manager Patrick Vieira admits that he would regard any future job in the Premier League as 'a dream opportunity'.
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Former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira has acknowledged that he would like to manage in the Premier League.

Having impressed during his first role in the dugout at New York City FC, Vieira is now in his second season in charge of Nice, who sit in 13th place in the Ligue 1 standings.

However, at a time when he is being linked with a switch to the Gunners, Vieira has admitted that he 'dreams' of managing an English team.

The Frenchman is quoted by Sky Sports News as saying: "You dream about coaching one day in the Premier League. You will want to coach one of the teams that you play for.

"But you know what I am really focusing at the moment is how we can improve in Nice, to do better in the league. My only focus at the moment is to try to get the best of my players, to improve the quality of our game and to be better in the league."

Ex-teammate Emmanuel Petit has claimed that Arsenal would benefit from having Vieira replace Unai Emery.

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3Manchester CityMan City16102444192532
4Chelsea169253124729
5Manchester UnitedMan Utd166642519624
6Wolverhampton WanderersWolves165922319424
7Tottenham HotspurSpurs166553023723
8Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd165741916322
9Arsenal165742424022
10Crystal Palace166461418-422
11Newcastle UnitedNewcastle166461723-622
12Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton165472024-419
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15Bournemouth164481824-616
16West Ham UnitedWest Ham164481828-1016
17Aston Villa164392328-515
18Southampton164391835-1715
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20Watford16169930-219
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Premier League Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Liverpool16151040142646
2Leicester CityLeicester16122239102938
3Manchester CityMan City16102444192532
4Chelsea169253124729
5Manchester UnitedMan Utd166642519624
6Wolverhampton WanderersWolves165922319424
7Tottenham HotspurSpurs166553023723
8Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd165741916322
9Arsenal165742424022
10Crystal Palace166461418-422
11Newcastle UnitedNewcastle166461723-622
12Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton165472024-419
13Burnley165382129-818
14Everton165291928-917
15Bournemouth164481824-616
16West Ham UnitedWest Ham164481828-1016
17Aston Villa164392328-515
18Southampton164391835-1715
19Norwich CityNorwich1632111734-1711
20Watford16169930-219
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