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September 14, 2018
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Dwight Yorke is believed to have been offered a $600,000 pay riseto return to England, but Sydney FC coach Terry Butcher isconfident Yorke will stay put. – (The Age — 31 August, 2006)
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DWIGHT Yorke is believed to have been offered a $600,000 pay riseto return to England but Sydney FC coach Terry Butcher is confidentit will not be enough to tempt his star player away from theA-League. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August, 2006)
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Dwight Yorke looks set to return to England after missing a flightto Melbourne with Sydney FC teammates. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August, 2006)
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Sydney FC vows to replace departing star Dwight Yorke with anothermarquee player. – (The Age — 1 September, 2006)
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Sydney FC coach Terry Butcher says forward Dwight Yorke has not yet signed with English second tier club Sunderland Yorke did not travel with the team to Melbourne this morning in case he needed to (ABC News — 31 August, 2006)
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Sydney FC striker Dwight Yorke is poised to sign for English Championship club Sunderland, the Australian team’s manager Terry Butcher has revealed. (CNN — 31 August, 2006)
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Sydney FC coach Terry Butcher says the club will attempt to sign another high-profile player following the departure of captain Dwight Yorke Yorke will return to England after accepting a two-year (ABC News — 1 September, 2006)
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Trinidad and Tobago striker Dwight Yorke will join up with former Manchester United teammate Roy Keane at English League Championship club Sunderland. (International Herald Tribune — 1 September, 2006)
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Sydney FC has confirmed that midfielder Dwight Yorke is leaving the club to play for Sunderland in the English Championship The club has agreed to transfer Yorke for an undisclosed fee Sydney FC (ABC News — 31 August, 2006)
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If it is possible for billionaires to have bad weeks, then FootballFederation Australia chairman Frank Lowy has had seven days toforget. – (The Age — 3 September, 2006)
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Departing Sydney star Dwight Yorke says the A-League must bring insome big names and maintain momentum to flourish. – (The Age — 3 September, 2006)
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THE game that had everything ultimately delivered nothing forSydney FC, but coach Terry Butcher drew great encouragement fromSaturday night’s gutsy loss to Melbourne Victory in front of arecord crowd at Telstra Dome. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 hours ago)
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