Dwight Yorke

Where is Dwight Yorke now?

After finishing his playing career at Sunderland following the dismissal of Roy Keane in 2008, Dwight Yorke briefly assisted the manager of the Trinidad and Tobago national team.

Dwight Yorke is now a regular pundit on Sky Sports and beIN Sports for their Barclays Premier League coverage as well as working for Manchester United as a club ambassador across the world.

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Yorke has completed his Level B coaching badges and has stated that he is interested in pursuing a career in coaching.

In October 2015 after Aston Villa had sacked Tim Sherwood, Dwight Yorke announced that the club should appoint him as their new manager despite his lack of managerial experience.

Yorke claimed that his intimate knowledge of the club he spent ten years at would provide him with the necessary experience to turn the clubs fortunes around.

Villa appointed French manager and former Arsenal player as Remi Garde as their new manager soon after Yorke’s claims.

In February 2017, Dwight Yorke was denied access to the United States because he had an Iranian stamp in his passport from a charity game he had played over there a couple of years previous.

He was denied entry due to President Donald Trump’s new border laws.

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Dwight Yorke: Premier League Statistics

NationalityTrinidad & Tobago
PositionMidfielder
Appearances375
Goals123
Yellow Cards25
Red Cards1
Premier League Teams Played forAston Villa, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers, Manchester United, Sunderland

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com