Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunder has been sentenced to more than one month in prison.
According to the Mirror, the ex Liverpool star was sentenced on Wednesday at Chester Magistrates Court after he pleaded guilty of failing to comply with roadside breathe test and also failing to comply with a breath test sample.
Dean Saunders is a football TV and radio pundit, he was stopped by the police on suspicion of “drinking and driving” in Boughton, Chester on the 10th of May.
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The 54-year-old former Liverpool striker was also banned from driving for two and a half years.
The former Liverpool striker also played for Aston Villa, Galatasaray, Benfica, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest, and Derby County before retiring in 2001.
Saunder also had a coaching stint when he coached Chesterfield in 2015 for six month