Rangers assistant manager Gary McAllister has been the victim of an unprovoked street attack, according to the Scottish Sun.
The former Scotland international was in Leeds on Saturday evening to watch boss Steven Gerrard play for a Liverpool legends team.
He was waiting on a taxi with his wife Hayley when the attack is said to have occurred.
McAllister was punched in the face and required ten stitches. Though the 54-year-old refused to comment, he did say: “It’s in the hands of the police.”
A source close to the Scot told to the Scottish Sun: “Gary was in hospital from about 3am to 12 noon. His face is a mess. He must have at least 10-12 stitches in his top lip.
“It was totally unprovoked by just one bloke. He came from nowhere and just hit him simply because Gary is a former footballer.
“It beggars belief. Gary’s pretty shaken up by it all. He and Hayley have always tried to keep out of the limelight.”