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Yorke has no Man Utd regrets: I would not swap women for extra year

Dwight Yorke has no regrets over the way his final months at Manchester United panned out.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson tried his best to rein in the player, even demanding that he get married, but there was no getting through and in July 2002 it was decided Yorke could go.

"In hindsight I could have done things differently," conceded Yorke to the Observer. "But would I give up the women and nights out for another year at United? Would that make me happy?

"Would that make me the person I am today? I'm not sure. I have no regrets. I went to United to win things and I achieved that."

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