Wolves will pay tribute to former referee Jack Taylor OBE, by wearing black armbands during today’s friendly at Walsall.
Flags will also be lowered to half-mast at Molineux in his memory. Taylor, who was born in Wolverhampton, passed away at his Shropshire home yesterday at the age of 82.
In addition to officiating more than a thousand matches during a career lasting more than three decades, Taylor also had a spell as Wolves’ commercial manager in the 1980s following his retirement.
Taylor was also inducted into FIFA's Hall of Fame before working with the Football League following his retirement from refereeing, which included serving on The League's Referees Committee.