Tributes have been paid today to former Norwich City manager Ron Saunders who has died at the age of 87.
In 1972 he took The Canaries into the top flight of English football for the very first time.
Much of his success at Norwich was put down to his gruelling training sessions which kept the team very fit.
He was particularly known for taking the team to Mousehold Heath in the city for training sessions on the hills there.
Ron Saunders first took charge at Norwich in 1969, when he was 36.
The club says it's deeply saddened to learn of his death.
Fans have described him as one of Norwich's best ever managers who will be sadly missed.
He died on Saturday at 3pm.
Players from another of his former clubs, Aston Villa, will wear black armbands today as a mark of respect.