TOWN coach Terry Yorath today pleaded guilty to drink driving.
The ex-soccer star appeared at Leeds Magistrates' Court charged with drink driving and with careless driving, after a woman pedestrian was hit by a car. He admitted both charges.
The former Leeds United player and Wales coach was driving his Jaguar through Moor Allerton, Leeds, on June 24 when the pedestrian, believed to be in her 20s, was knocked down.
Yorath, 54, is assistant manager at Huddersfield Town, who were promoted to the new Coca Cola Football League One after winning last season's play-off final.
They beat Mansfield Town in a penalty shootout at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
Yorath had a distinguished playing career, captaining his country and winning 59 caps.
He was part of the formidable Leeds side of the 1970s, winning the old First Division in 1974.
He went on to play for Coventry, Tottenham, Bradford and the Canadian team Vancouver Whitecaps before turning to coaching.
He coached Wales from 1988 to 1993, and led them to within a whisker of qualification for the 1994 World Cup.