Patrick Vieira Net Worth

Patrick Vieira Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Patrick Vieira net worth is
$33 Million

Patrick Vieira Wiki Biography

Patrick Vieira (born 23 June 1976) is a retired Senegalese-born French footballer who is the Manager of the Reserves squad at Premier League club Manchester City, known as the Elite Development Squad.He rose to prominence during a hugely successful spell at Arsenal from 1996 to 2005, where he eventually became club captain, and won three Premier League titles – one unbeaten – and four FA Cups. He transferred from Arsenal in 2005 and spent one season at Juventus, helping the team to the Serie A championship. Following Juventus' relegation for their part in a match-fixing scandal, Vieira moved to Internazionale and won three Serie A titles. He has 107 caps for France, and was part of their 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000-winning sides, as well as their runner-up finish in the 2006 World Cup.In May 2010, Vieira was nominated Goodwill Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. He announced his retirement from professional football on 14 July 2011. Vieira is currently Football Development Executive at Manchester City with a role to oversee aspects such as youth development, commercial partners and the club's social responsibility programme, "City in the Community".

Full NamePatrick Vieira
Net Worth$33 Million
Date Of BirthJune 23, 1976
Place Of BirthDakar, Senegal
Height6' 3½" (1.92 m)
Weight85 kg
ProfessionFootball player
SpouseCheryl Plaza Vieira
ParentsEmilienne Vieira
SiblingsNikoro Vieira
NominationsMLS Coach of the Year Award
1I started it [the Highbury tunnel incident]. (laughs) I was cool, was really calm, I was smiling at him [Roy Keane]... and then he lost it.
2Ruud van Nistelrooy is a cheat and a coward who is sneaky in the way he goes about fouling other players. Everyone thinks he is a nice guy but, in fact, he's a son of a bitch. He has a history of incidents that all too often have gone unnoticed. He has punched Freddie Ljungberg and elbowed Lauren. At Arsenal, we hated him and had real reason to do so. He's a great player, but everything about him annoys me. I was sent off at Old Trafford because of him. I got shafted. Just thinking about it makes my blood boil. He tried to stamp on me and then he made more of the challenge than he should have done. I am not blaming the referee. He got shafted too.
3I don't know my Dad. This is part of my life I don't want to talk about.
4[on founding a football academy in Senegal] It was important for me to reconnect with Senegal, to go back and start a project there. I wanted to do something for the country and to use football - everyone loves football there - as a means to educate kids. They have to learn that only hard work can bring them success. At first there were kids at the institute who could not read or write. Now there is progress. They can read books and write stories - and then play football. We tell them how hard it is to become a professional footballer. Perhaps only one or two of them will succeed. That's why their education matters. We pay for them to come to university in Europe. They can then go back to Senegal to run businesses and to make a better future.
5There is racism in football, as there is in normal life, but I have never experienced any racism myself the whole time I've been in England. There's a special tolerance here in London. And Spain? Well, what happened to Thierry [when Henry was insulted by Spain manager Luis Aragonés] and to Ashley [Cole] and the others while playing for England, was a disgrace. But you have to ask yourself this: do you stop your dream of going to Spain because of some stupid people? The answer is no.
6We [himself and Roy Keane] had similar qualities as players. We were both determined, we wanted to win, and we were both leaders of our teams. That's why I always loved to play against him. [ . . . ] Despite the rivalry, there has always been respect between us. We challenged ourselves, we battled, but we always retained respect for each other.
1Born in Senegal to a Cabo Verdean mother and a Gabonese father.
2Succeeded legendary defender Tony Adams as Arsenal captain after his retirement in 2002, remaining captain until he joined Juventus in 2005.
3Honours with Arsenal: Premier League (1998, 2002, 2004), FA Cup (1998, 2002, 2003, 2005), Community Shield (1998, 1999, 2002, 2004). Honours with Inter Milan: Serie A (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010), Supercoppa Italiana (2006, 2008), UEFA Champions League (2010). Honours with Manchester City: FA Cup (2011).
4Vieira's family moved to Paris, France, when he was 8 years old. He didn't return to Senegal until 2003.
5Won 107 caps and scored 6 goals for France between 1997 and 2009. World Cup winner in 1998 & European Championship winner in 2000. He also played in the 2002 and 2006 World Cup tournaments.
6Former footballer; who played for Cannes (1993-1995), AC Milan (1995-1996), Arsenal (1996-2005), Juventus (2005-2006), Inter Milan (2006-2010), and Manchester City (2010-2011).


2002 FIFA World Cup2002TV Mini-SeriesHimself - France
Arsenal: End of Season Review 2000-20012001VideoHimself
2000 UEFA European Football Championship2000TV Mini-SeriesHimself
XVI FIFA World Cup 19981998TV Mini-SeriesHimself - France
Football World Cup1954TV SeriesHimself - Expert
The Premier League Show2016TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Match of the Day: Euro 20162016TV Mini-SeriesHimself - Former Teammate, Juve and Inter
Football Focus2014TV SeriesHimself - Elite Development Squad Manager, Manchester City
Keane & Vieira: Best of Enemies2013DocumentaryHimself
Le grand journal de Canal+2008-2010TV Series documentaryHimself / Himself (Duplex)
Ian Wright: Legend2009VideoHimself
Thierry Henry: Legend2008Video documentaryPatrick Vieira
Arsenal - Arsène's Eleven2007DocumentaryHimself
2006 FIFA World Cup2006TV Mini-SeriesHimself - France
Arsenal - Season Review 2004/20052005VideoHimself
Dream Team2002-2005TV SeriesHimself
Arsenal 49: The Complete Unbeaten Record2004Video documentaryPatrick Vieira
Match of the Day2004TV SeriesHimself
Arsenal: The Untouchables - Season Review 2003/20042004Video documentaryHimself
On the Ball2004TV SeriesHimself
Arsenal: Season Review 2002/20032003VideoHimself
En aparté2002TV Series documentaryHimself
Live for Love United2002VideoHimself

Archive Footage

Quickies, les questions brèves d'e-penser2016TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Football: Club or Country?2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Manchester United: The Official History 1878-20022002Video documentaryHimself (1999 FA Cup Final)
The Story of Football2002Video documentaryHimself
The Treble1999Video documentaryHimself - 1998 Charity Shield

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