Man United legend Dwight Yorke leaves Macarthur FC after just THIRTEEN games

Dwight Yorke leaves Macarthur FC after just THIRTEEN games… but he could stay in Australia, where A-League rivals Sydney FC “take a nosedive for the Man United legend”.

  • Dwight Yorke was sacked by Macarthur FC after just thirteen games
  • The decision came after Macarthur’s A-League defeat by Adelaide Utd
  • This was the Manchester Utd legend’s first coaching job at senior level

Dwight Yorke’s tenure as manager of Macarthur FC is over after leaving the club on a two-year deal with just 13 games in the A-League Men.

York’s last game in charge was Friday’s 1-0 defeat at Adelaide United.

The former Manchester United striker met with Macarthur chairman Gino Marra on Saturday, who decided to end his contract by mutual consent.

The Macarthur job was Yorke’s first foray into management after a glittering playing career. He had earned his coaching badges at United, where Sir Alex Ferguson was a mentor to him.

He won the Australia Cup – the Bulls’ first silver medal – and picked up five league wins.

However, NewsCorp reports Yorke could remain in Australia as A-League contenders Sydney FC plot a nosedive for the 51-year-old.



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