thanks for dumbing it down for meh eh...me not so bright an experienced in the understandin or coaching at such a high level thing, but check this.....
"However, in 1990, he received a phone call from the President of Cameroon Paul Biya, who pleaded with him to come out of retirement and rejoin the national team. He agreed, and went to Italy with the Indomitable Lions for the 1990 World Cup.
Milla emerged as one of the tournament's major stars. He scored four goals in Italy, celebrating each one with a dance around the corner post that has become a popular goal celebration ever since. Two of his goals came against Romania in Cameroon's second game, and two more came in extra time against Colombia in the last 16 to carry Cameroon to the quarter-finals -- the furthest that an African team has ever advanced at the World Cup (Senegal matched this feat in 2002). In the quarter-final match against England, Milla confirmed his super-sub legend, entering in the second half with Cameroon trailing 1-0 and setting up a brilliant goal and drawing a penalty shot to give Cameroon the lead before eventually losing.
Milla returned to the 1994 FIFA World Cup at the age of 42. In the USA, Cameroon were knocked out in the group stages; however, Milla scored the consolation prize of a goal against Russia, breaking his own record as the oldest goalscorer in a World Cup tournament."
It is not a comparison of Milla and Yorke, more as an indicator of relevance.. John might be good for Milan, but boo for Crystal Palace..it depends on many varying factors, besides John's ability, skill level, fitness, coach, nutrition...etc..etc...it's all relative..
What did the above event say for the state of the World Cup players in 1990, or even 1994, or the state of the Cameroon teams.....these years, ah sad state of affairs ? I think not..maybe t was just ah few bad years..
One sentence yuh sayin "bullshit " for Yorke to come back, next
"Now of course Yorke should be part of the National team make up, but you don`t have to force the man to play in some inconsequential friendlies, when the man trying to cement a spot in his club team !! Tha to me is not appreciating what Yorkie has done 4 the country
How he go be part, through UK Bell ?
Now who talk bout him playing in inconsequential friendlies, we talk bout him coming back, as called...he doh have to play 180 minutes, he could choose to play all, is finding the best way for him to contribute, is not up to he alone....it's up to the coach, as a friendly he could be a player/coach...or he could just sit in England an throw back ah few with Keene, and Stern could break-it down for him when he reach back...which would be beneficial to us ?
And it have absolutely nuthen to do with 99 percent ah we.
And yes Friendly or not, the score does matter...it is a total indicator of who you will select next game, what strategy must be changed, what must be worked on, wheter the coach is capable or not...otherwise why play... for fete-match sake ?