Born: Aberdeen, Scotland, June 20 1934
Clubs: Aberdeen Schools, Torry Former Pupils, Banks o' Dee, Aberdeen 1953-58, Fulham 1958-66, Birmingham City 1966-67, Rotherham United 1968, Bromsgrove Rovers 1970, Toronto Metros 1971-72.
A Scottish international who came to Canada in 1971 to coach and also play on occasion for the Toronto Metros in the North American Soccer League, and stayed on to make Canada his home. Later became general manager of the Edmonton Drillers of the North American Soccer League. Leggat played 18 times for the full Scottish national team, and once for the U23 team as well as being a Youth International. He also played five times for the Scottish League. While with Aberdeen he scored 90 goals in 140 league games, won the Scottish League championship in 1955, the Scottish League Cup in 1956 and played in the Scottish Cup final in 1954. He was transferred from Aberdeen to Fulham in August of 1958 for 16,000 pounds and played 254 league games and scored 127 goals for the London Club. Against Ipswich Town on Boxing Day 1963 he scored a hat trick in just three minutes. Retired July of 1969 and joined Aston Villa's training staff, but in March 1979 signed for Bromsgrove Rovers. Began a second career as an analyst on soccer telecasts for CBC at the 1976 Olympic Games and in World Cup competition. When CBC dropped its soccer coverage became host of TSN's popular Soccer Saturday and an analyst on its soccer telecasts with great success.