Previous Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke was designated lead trainer of Australian A-League side Macarthur FC on Sunday, on a two-season bargain.
It is the ex-Trinidad and Tobago worldwide’s most memorable senior training job.
He is no more bizarre to Australian football, having been Sydney FC’s marquee player in the debut A-League time of 2005-06, when the Sky Blues proceeded to bring home the main title.
Yorke will likewise mentor the A-League All Stars in a well disposed against Spanish goliaths Barcelona in Sydney on May 25.
“Having played in the debut A-League men’s season, I have constantly followed the opposition, and am mindful of both the footballing and fan requests in Australia,” said the 50-year-old.
I anticipate adding a positive commitment and work on the game at all levels.”
Yorke came out on top for three Premier League championships, the Champions League and the FA Cup with United and furthermore played in England for Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City and Sunderland.