Dwight Yorke has branded Aston Villa boss Remi Garde a "big disappointment" and believes his former club are doomed.
Former Man Utd striker Dwight Yorke was highly critical of Louis van Gaal's side after their 2-0 loss at Stoke City on Boxing Day.
Manchester United were "painful to watch" at Stoke and Louis van Gaal was wrong to drop Wayne Rooney, says Dwight Yorke.
Harry Kane has been urged to "chill out" by Dwight Yorke, if he wants to get back among the goals for Tottenham.
Defeat to West Brom shows Manchester United need to sign two or three players in the summer, says Dwight Yorke.
Dwight Yorke says Manchester United's performance in the 3-1 win over Leicester City at Old Trafford was "emphatic".
Dwight Yorke believes the fans will flock back to Villa Park if Aston Villa can play as they did against Leicester.
Alexis Sanchez has adapted to life at Arsenal quickly and is consistently delivering, says Dwight Yorke.
Dwight Yorke believes Christian Benteke's return will provide a huge boost for Aston Villa.
Dwight Yorke criticises Wayne Rooney's red card against West Ham particularly because of his previous offences
Dwight Yorke says Gabriel Agbonlahor must hit double figures after scoring the winner at Liverpool.
Radamel Falcao can fire Manchester United to the Premier League title this season, says Dwight Yorke.
Angel di Maria will give Juan Mata the platform to weave his midfield magic, says Dwight Yorke.
Dwight Yorke has tipped Louis van Gaal to take Man Utd back to the top of the Premier League.
Manchester United must aggressively pursue six or seven big-money signings, says Dwight Yorke.
Dwight Yorke looks at the importance of Aaron Ramsey as Arsenal beat Hull 3-0 at the KC Stadium.
Dwight Yorke says Man Utd played better under Ryan Giggs because they were happy again.
Man Utd have a semi-final chance after drawing 1-1 with Bayern Munich, says Dwight Yorke.
Dwight Yorke says Jose Mourinho needs a fast reaction from his Chelsea players to stay in title race.
Dwight Yorke says Wayne Rooney's goal at West Ham was better than David Beckham's iconic strike.