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Yorke set for qualifying double-header

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Dwight Yorke has risked incurring the wrath of Sunderland manager Ricky Sbragia after insisting he will take a full part in the build-up to Trinidad and Tobago's World Cup qualifiers next month.

The March 28 fixture with Honduras and the Soca Warriors' April 1 match against the United States come at a key stage in the Barclays Premier League calendar and although Yorke's appearances for the first team have been minimal this season, he is having a good deal of influence on the training ground since Sbragia replaced Roy Keane as boss.

"I've already made my mind up and I've passed the message on that I will be with the team going into the next match," Yorke told Trinidad and Tobago's official website, ttffonline.com.

He continued: "It's important that as captain that I'm around and can train with the boys and get myself ready for the matches after that as well."

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