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    Manchester United former striker denied entry into the US due to Trump's Ban

    Dwight Yorke who is a Manchester United legend and former striker for the club has been denied entry into the United States under the new president, Donald Trump's ne2 strict laws.

    According to sources, the Manchester United legend was denied entry into the United States because he had an Iranian stamp in his passport, Iran being part of countries disallowed to enter US.

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    Trump's law temporarily prohibits almost all citizens from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Yemen and Somalia from entering into the United States.

    Yorke's role as an ambassador at the Red Devils takes him all over the world, particularly playing for United legends XI’s in overseas friendlies.
    After joining from Aston Villa in 1998, Yorke enjoyed a prolific four years under Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford, scoring 65 goals in 147 games in all competitions.
    Dwight Yorke won 3 premier League Titles, one FA Cup and the 1998/1999 Champions League title before he moved on to Blackburn in 2002.

    Source: naij

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