Former Manchester United star Dwight Yorke appointed Macarthur FC A-League Men coach

Former Manchester United star Dwight Yorke appointed Macarthur FC A-League Men coach

Former Manchester United forward Dwight Yorke has been confirmed as the new head coach of A-League Men's (ALM) club Macarthur FC. Key points: - Yorke replaces Ante Milicic as Bulls head coach - The Trinidad and Tobago international played for Sydney FC in the inaugural ALM season - Yorke won a Champions League crown with Manchester United in 1998/99 Yorke has signed a deal to lead the Bulls for the next two ALM seasons in what will be the ex-Trinidad and Tobago international's first senior coaching role. He will replace Ante Milicic, who has stepped down after two seasons as the Bulls' foundation coach to move to Croatia for family reasons. Yorke is no stranger to Australian football, having been Sydney FC's marquee player in the inaugural ALM season in …
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