Former Manchester United player Dwight Yorke was known for throwing legendary Christmas parties during his time at the club in the early 2000s, according to Daniel Nardiello. Yorke spent four years at Old Trafford and won several trophies, including three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and the Champions League. In addition to his impressive performances on the pitch, Yorke’s annual Christmas parties were a huge hit among his teammates. Nardiello, who spent four years with Man Utd, praised Yorke for his stellar celebrations during an interview for the Under The Cosh podcast. The parties were known for featuring strippers, which caused some of the first team players to stay away, but reserve and youth team players enjoyed themselves. One particular party saw Luke Chadwick being danced around by strippers while he smiled from ear to ear. Despite the absence of some players, Yorke was commended for organising a great party. Chadwick graduated from Man Utd’s academy and won two Premier League titles during his five-year stint with the club.