Dwight Yorke has had a celebrated football career both on and off the pitch.
Yorke's club career lasted 21 years, beginning with over 200 appearances for Aston Villa before signing with Manchester United. He played across England and even had a brief stint with the Sydney Football Club, as well as playing for the Trinidad and Tobago National Team.
During that team, he held the Premier League record for most goals scored by a non-European: 123.
Now that he has retired, the 47-year-old is a prominent pundit on the football world, and has plenty to say about all that's happening.
Yorke joined Martin Devlin to reflect on his illustrious career and shared his take on his former club's new manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.