THE Huddersfield Town coach, Terry Yorath, has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after his car allegedly hit a woman.
Yorath, 54, was driving his Jaguar through Moor Allerton, Leeds, when the alleged incident took place.
He was later bailed.
Police said the woman pedestrian, believed to be in her 20s, was recovering in hospital and her condition was "stable".
A spokeswoman said police went to an accident in Harrogate Road, Moor Allerton, at 8.42pm on Thursday.
A blue Jaguar had been in collision with a woman pedestrian, who was taken to hospital.
The spokeswoman said a male driver of 54 was arrested on suspicion of being over the legal alcohol limit.
He was bailed, pending further inquiries.
Yorath, a former Leeds United and Wales player, rejoined Town as assistant to Peter Jackson at the start of last season.
The pair guided the club to promotion to the new Coca Cola Football League One through the play-off finals at Cardiff.
Yorath had a distinguished playing career, captaining his country and winning 59 caps.
With the Leeds United of the 1970s, he won a League Championship medal and played in European Cup finals.
He went on to play for Coventry City, Tottenham Hotspur, Bradford City and the Canadian team Vancouver White Caps.
He managed the Wales side from 1988 to 1993.
Yorath's 15-year-old son, Daniel, collapsed and died in 1992 as they had a kickabout in the family back garden.
The teenager, who had a promising future as a footballer, had an undiagnosed heart condition known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.