In the Dwight Yorke interview, we speak with the Manchester United legend aboard a cruise ship off the coast of the Caribbean.
During our Dwight Yorke interview, we discuss a range of topics including scoring goals for Aston Villa at the old Holte End, what it was like watching English soccer on television in Trinidad and Tobago, how Sir Alex Ferguson changed as a manager through his years, his memories from the day of winning the 1999 UEFA Champions League final, playing in the World Cup with Trinidad and Tobago, joining the A-League as their first foreign star, and much more.
Dwight Yorke is best known for his days playing for Manchester United and Aston Villa. On this edition of the podcast, the Trinidad and Tobago international, who represented his country at the 2006 World Cup, joined World Soccer Talk as part of ESPN’s Super Bowl at Sea cruise.
Yorke, who partnered with Andrew Cole in attack for Manchester United in the late 1990s, made his First Division debut in 1990 and would go on to play for Villa, United, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City and Sunderland, with a brief sojourn in Australia before his final days at the Stadium of Light. Between the 1995-96 season and 1999-2000, Yorke scored at least 12 goals in each Premier League campaign, playing his part in Manchester United’s consecutive title-winning sides of 1998-99, 1999-2000, and 2000-01.
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