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Patrick Vieira sacked as Nice coach after run of defeats

Patrick Vieira has been sacked as coach of NicePatrick Vieira has been sacked as coach of Nice, paying the price for five consecutive defeats, the French Ligue 1 club announced on Friday. The final straw for the former Arsenal player and France 1998 World Cup winner was Thursday's 3-2 defeat at home to Bayer Leverkusen, which confirmed their elimination from the Europa League. He has been replaced by his assistant, Adrien Ursea. "In a meeting after last night's match, the Nice board informed Patrick Vieira of its decision to put an end to their collaboration," the club said in a statement. "Patrick Vieira put all his heart and professionalism into his service » Read More

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