Gary McAllister attacked in Leeds
News broke on Monday morning that Scottish football legend Gary McAllister has been attacked in Leeds.
McAllister was the victim of an assault in the street in the city centre.
The Rangers coach was out with his wife at the time.
Sadly the assailant managed to get away. He still hasn’t been found.
Dominic Matteo uses Facebook
On Monday night, former Liverpool and Leeds defender Dominic Matteo picked up the baton in the pursuit of the attacker.
Matteo posted a message on his Facebook account, which also revealed more details of the assault.
Unfortunately, McAllister’s injuries were more severe than first reported. Matteo confirmed McAllister had three teeth knocked out in the attack.
The Mirror have also confirmed the attack happened at 4 am, outside a bar on Call Lane.
McAllister was reportedly waiting for a taxi.
Matteo posted the following message on social media:
Can any Leeds/Yorkshire based lads help please? …..
In the early hours of Saturday morning Leeds legend Gary McAllister was attacked in Leeds by an unknown assailant.
The attack was totally unprovoked and very viscous, Gary was hospitalised, lost 3 teeth in the attack and had plastic surgery on his lip needing 12 stitches.
The attacker is thought to be American, and due to the severity of the injuries may have been wearing a ‘knuckle duster’ or similar.
The attacker also assaulted and hospitalised 4 other people including 2 women in further incidents, but as yet has not been caught.
Can you please share, if you know anything, or may know someone who may have seen or know anything that can help find this cowardly prick please contact West Yorkshire Police.
Gary McAllister’s career history
Now 54, Gary McAllister is a coach at Rangers alongside manager Steven Gerrard.
During his playing days, McAllister spent six seasons at Leeds United during the Whites heyday.
Indeed, McAllister won the Football League First Division title with Leeds in 1991-92, a year before the launch of the Premier League.
After Leeds, McAllister played for Coventry City and Liverpool.
McAllister has also managed former clubs Coventry and Leeds United previous. He’s also been a caretaker coach at Aston Villa.
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