sport news Football legend Dwight Yorke's plan to revive Socceroo Daniel Arzani's stalling ... trends now

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sport news Football legend Dwight Yorke's plan to revive Socceroo Daniel Arzani's stalling ... trends now

sport news Football legend Dwight Yorke's plan to revive Socceroo Daniel Arzani's stalling ... trends now

Football legend Dwight Yorke's plan to revive Socceroo Daniel Arzani's career as the new Macarthur FC coach promises to give the 2018 World Cup star a 'licence to go and play'

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 Dwight Yorke is a football legend in the eyes of many - so when he says Daniel Arzani should be in the Socceroos squad for the World Cup in Qatar - it carries a bit of sway.

Yorke, 50, is blessed with a myriad attacking options as the new head coach of A-League outfit Macarthur FC.

And Arzani - Australia's x-factor at the 2018 World Cup in Russia - is potentially the standout.

Speaking ahead of the A-League finally kicking off this weekend following the longest off-season in world football, Manchester United great Yorke declared he will give Arzani a 'licence to go and play' this season.

'He hasn't had a lot of playing time the past few years with injuries,' Yorke told Stan Sport.

'But here [at Macarthur] I've shown him (Arzani) that I'm committed to a system, that he will get a lot of playing time and to go out and express yourself and not to feel like you're under any pressure to perform. I just want him to be himself.

Macarthur FC coach Dwight Yorke believes Daniel Arzani should be in the Socceroos squad for the World Cup in Qatar

Macarthur FC coach Dwight Yorke believes Daniel Arzani should be in the Socceroos squad for the World Cup in Qatar

Daniel Arzani was touted as the next superstar of Australian football - only for injuries to stall his progress (pictured, at the 2018 World Cup in Russia with the Socceroos)

Daniel Arzani was touted as the next superstar of Australian football - only for injuries to stall his progress (pictured, at the 2018 World Cup in Russia with the Socceroos)

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