Dwight Yorke wants to coach Sydney A-League side
Former English Premier League midfielder Dwight Yorke says he’s
interested in the Sydney FC coaching job.
Yorke, who played for Sydney in 2005-06 when it won the
inaugural A-League, told The Sunday Telegraph that ”I’ve been
there as a player and know what success is all about in Sydney …
I’m absolutely interested.”
The 40-year-old Yorke played 232 matches for Aston Villa and 95
for Manchester United before shifting to Blackburn, Birmingham City
and Sunderland. He has also played 72 internationals for Trinidad
and Tobago, scoring 19 goals.
Yorke will soon begin a role as assistant coach with Manchester
United’s reserve team. Sydney coach Vitezslav Lavicka will leave
the team at the end of the A-League season.