Yorke wins first Australia Cup as a manager

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Yorke wins first Australia Cup as a manager

Just five games into his managerial career Trinbagonian, Dwight Yorke claimed his first Australia Cup after his Macarthur FC side ground out a 2-0 win over Sydney United 58.

At the 32nd-minute penalty from Al Hassan Toure and a second spot-kick from Ulises Davila in the closing stages of the second half secured victory for Yorke’s team on Saturday.

But with a trophy in hand, the club can now head back to Campbelltown and into the post-COVID era and encourage the locals to get on board with a team that is not only winning but still nascent enough in its journey to be able to say you got in on the ground floor.

This proposition would only be made more attractive by the entertaining and attacking football the Bulls look like they’ll be playing with their talented frontline.

Meanwhile Russell Latapy who’s York’s assistant and pose for a picture with Australia Cup.