Monday, September 7, 2009

Dwight Yorke hangs

"L'assassin souriant" ne fera plus admirer sa dentition sur les terrains de football. At 37, Dwight Yorke has decided to hang up the cleats, over three months after leaving Sunderland. Iconic striker of Manchester United between 1998 and 2002, the Trinidadian, who won an epic Champions League in 1999, left the football world after twenty years of loyal service marked by the inclusion of 147 goals in 480 matches and participation the historic 2006 World Cup with Trinidad and Tobago.

A time to announce his retire, Dwight Yorke has made one wish that would happen without too many problems, given the sympathy of the goodman capital: "I hope people will keep the image of a good player smiling. " That is reassuring Trinidadian, football fans will retain fond memories of the scorer's minds under the shirt of Manchester United.

MU tears

Landing at Old Trafford from Aston Villa a few days after the title of world champion of the Blues, the native of Canaan as detonating a duet with Andy Cole at the forefront of the attack by the Red Devils. Under the command of Sir Alex Ferguson, Yorke gave the full measure of his talent and offered three Premier League place (1999, 2000, 2001) plus a Champions League in 1999, after a final scenario incredible deal Bayern Munich (2-1). Led goal of nothing at the entrance of additional time, the English were able to turn things around thanks to goals from unexpected Sheringham and Solskjaer in the final seconds.

Author of 64 goals in 151 games with Man United, Yorke does not sulk his pleasure when he broods these wonderful years. "I am blessed. I have played alongside the greatest players ever seen in the Premier League, Roy Keane, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham and Peter Schmeichel, and the greatest manager in the person of Sir Alex Ferguson" says one who fell in midfield in the old days of football. After the parenthesis delighted Mancunian, Yorke has gradually lost its aura, its reassociation with Andy Cole to Blackburn ended in failure, but his charisma and talent have played a major role in the characterization of Trinidad and Tobago for World Cup 2006.

The fabulous destiny of a Caribbean ...

Captain of the Soca Warriors in Germany, Dwight Yorke gave the joy of a visit to the International Caribbean island after being transformed into an ambassador of football during his visit to Australia. His sympathy and his performance in the ranks of Sydney FC (2005-2006) contributed greatly to the development of sport in Oceania confidential.

Returned to England to finish his career in the anonymity of Sunderland, Dwight Yorke can show his best smile when they talk a career as long as rich. "I've always considered lucky. I was a kid on the beach of a small Caribbean island that has had the chance to realize his dream of winning trophies at the highest level and be the captain of his country in its first finals World Cup. " Now a member of staff Trinidadian Dwight Yorke will attempt to guide the Soca Warriors on their way to a new World. Good riddance!

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