"Is Cavani really going to take us over the line? That’s probably the one stumbling block."
Yorke was part of the historic treble-winning side under Sir Alex Ferguson in 1999.
Dwight Yorke hits out at Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's critics.
Mason Greenwood has established himself in the Man Utd first team this season, scoring 16 goals.
"I honestly don't know what made me think that. What more could we possibly do as a team?"
Leroy Sane "is a terrific player and would really send a message". So why didn't Man United make a move?
The Y-Team will score a few and have plenty of goal of the month nominations. But that defence...
Which players are far and away the greatest ever produced by their country? This was bloody fun.
Neville played with brilliant strikers throughout his time at Old Trafford.
Who here can imagine Fergie saying to "play with a smile" before a key Man United game?
Mourinho found Yorke's comments from May 'particularly irritating'. Man United have acted.
"That is not the way we play." Presumably Dwight Yorke isn't enjoying the United ambassadorial gig...
Jose thinks people are a little "confused". No wonder when he's talking about Dwight Yorke.
He had an Iranian stamp on his passport but had never even stayed the night in Iran...
"If I had had a gun I would have shot him," said the Aston Villa manager. We have some sympathy...
Dwight Yorke believes United's biggest problem this season is their failure to "get the job done".
Dwight Yorke believes he is still waiting for his first job in coaching due to racism.
Actually, not England manager, just "people like Gareth Southgate". Oh Dwight, you're spoiling us.
It's fair to say that former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke isn't a fan of England dropping Wayne Rooney.
Yorke believes only Paddy McNair, Nick Powell, Victor Valdes and Tyler Blackett are safe.
Memphis Depay did not travel with the United squad for the final, but Yorke still backs him.
Wayne Rooney would do well to learn from any of these players if he is to become a midfield maestro.
Dwight Yorke says he will apply for the Aston Villa manager's job - and Sir Alex is backing him.
It's time for the man who once took Jim Carrey's Mask as a style icon. Dwight, not John Nicholson.
This is getting ridiculous now. Man says his old teammate is the 'only' candidate. He dismisses Jose.
Aston Villa hopeful Dwight Yorke says he has the backing of Sir Alex Ferguson. Of course, David Moyes...
Aston Villa won't appoint Dwight Yorke as manager; of course they won't. But then why not?
Dwight has hilariously backed himself as a candidate for the vacant Villa job because he played there once.
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