TERRY Yorath's had his fair share of lows in life.
And the very worst must have been the death of his son Daniel, at the age of 15.
The teenager, who had just signed trainee forms for Leeds United, collapsed and died in his father's arms after a kickabout at the Leeds family home, back in 1992.
He'd been the victim of a rare heart defect, hypertrophic myopathy, which normally only affects the elderly.
Yorath, whose daughter Gaby Logan has found success as a TV presenter, was boss of the Wales soccer team at the time.
Two years later he was unceremoniously dumped - after steering the national team to within one match of that summer's World Cup finals in America.
His car accident, and battle with alcohol, followed the difficult break-up of his marriage.
Born in Cardiff in 1950, Yorath signed for Leeds United as a teenager.
He represented Wales a total of 59 times.
After 143 league appearances with Leeds, he moved on to Coventry, then Tottenham, and enjoyed a stint in Canada with the Vancouver Whitecaps.
In 1982, he signed for Bradford City - under manager Trevor Cherry.
His first manager's job was for Swansea in 1986. Two years on, he guided the club to promotion.
He temporarily became Wales manager moving to Bradford City and back to Swansea before taking up the international job full-time - achieving that famous 1-0 win over West Germany in a European Championships qualifier.
In 1994, he did a stint with Cardiff then the following year was appointed chief of the Lebanon team.
In October 1997 he teamed up with Peter Jackson as Town's assistant manager, staying at the McAlpine after Jackson's sacking - but leaving after the arrival of Steve Bruce.
He had a spell as Sheffield Wednesday boss, then he and Jackson returned to Town at the beginning of the 2003/4 season.