Friends and family have attended the memorial service of the former footballer and manager Justin Edinburgh who died at the age of 49.
The former boss of Northampton Town suffered a cardiac arrest and died in hospital in June, just weeks after guiding Leyton Orient to promotion back to the football league.
As a player Justin Edinburgh started his career at Southend United and later played for Tottenham.
At the service in Chelmsford, a host players past and present paid their respects.
Among those attending were the Leyton Orient squad, Teddy Sheringham, Sol Campbell and Glenn Hoddle.
Chairman of Leyton Orient Nigel Travis said: "Today we’re trying to celebrate the life of a great person, a great coach, a great manager, great father, great family man. Justin was all those things."
Click below for Leyton Orient Chairman Nigel Travis' tribute to Justin Edinburgh
Mr Travis added: "He was one of the best communicators I ever came across in my business or sporting career.
"He communicated to people in a very straightforward, honest manner. You knew exactly where you stood. He always threw in a touch of humour and most of my memories are the funny side of Justin.
"I think it’s really him as a family man, him and Kerry have been together I think since 13, so I reflect on the loss that they feel more than the loss that our football club has, because at the end of the day he’s a family man. He typified how important family was."