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Steve Bruce accidentally states that Dwight Yorke is in line to play for Newcastle

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Steve Bruce accidentally states that Dwight Yorke is in line to play for Newcastle

Steve Bruce accidentally states that Dwight Yorke is in line to play for Newcastle

Newcastle's Steve Bruce accidentally states that 48-year-old Dwight Yorke is an option for his team.

He made the silly error during a pre-match press conference on Friday morning ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash with Norwich, slipping up when naming striker Dwight Gayle .

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