UTD Podcast: Andy Cole on the Dwight Yorke partnership


Before the Trinidad & Tobago forward’s arrival from Aston Villa, Coley already faced competition from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjær. Despite the fight for places, Cole did his best to make Yorke fit in straight away.

“With Yorkie coming in, I knew the position I was in,” our former no.9 said.

“I took Yorkie out to dinner, I took him house hunting, everything. A man who’s sweating doesn’t do things like that. If he’s going to come to United and be better, then so be it. I’m not going to cry about my position. If I’m here at the end of the season, we win the championship and I’ve played enough games, I’m involved in that as well. No resentment, whatsoever.

“I love Yorke like he’s my own brother.”


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