Former Coventry City manager John Sillett, who guided the club to FA Cup victory in 1987, has died aged 85.
Sillett managed the Sky Blues between 1986-90 and was at the helm when the club beat Tottenham 3-2 in the final at Wembley for their first major trophy.
As a full-back, he began his career as a player at Chelsea and made more than 100 appearances for the club after making his debut in 1957.
He played for Coventry and Plymouth Argyle before moving into management.
"Obviously the family are really saddened by dad's passing but we are all so proud of him and what he achieved," a statement from Sillett's family said.
"His ability to spot things tactically, change them during a game and enhance the abilities of players was top class, the respect he had from top people in the game and the kind words we have already received already underline the high regard in which he was held by the football world."
George Curtis, who was joint-manager at Coventry alongside Sillett during the 1987 season, died in July this year aged 82.
In a statement, Coventry described Sillett as an "icon" and said the club were "devastated" to learn of his death.
"'Snoz' will forever be loved and remembered by Sky Blues fans and all who met him, who will remember a larger-than-life character who loved football and Coventry City," the statement said.
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