Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke was appointed head coach of Australian A-League facet Macarthur FC on Sunday, on a two-season deal.
It’s the ex-Trinidad and Tobago worldwide’s first senior teaching function.
He’s no stranger to Australian soccer, having been Sydney FC’s marquee participant within the inaugural A-League season of 2005-06, when the Sky Blues went on to win the primary championship.
Yorke will even coach the A-League All Stars in a pleasant towards Spanish giants Barcelona in Sydney on Could 25.
“Having performed within the inaugural A-League males’s season, I’ve regularly adopted the competitors, and am conscious of each the footballing and fan calls for in Australia,” mentioned the 50-year-old.
“I look ahead to including a optimistic contribution and enhance the sport in any respect ranges.”
Yorke received three Premier League titles, the Champions League and the FA Cup with United and likewise performed in England for Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham Metropolis and Sunderland.