Swindon Town are paying tribute to their former manager Danny Williams who's died.
He lead the side to their historic win over Arsenal in the League Cup back in 1969.
The 50th anniversary of that match is 15th March this year.
He managed the club during two spells, between 1965 and 1969, and then again between 1974 and 1978.
The club have called him 'a true legend'.
Swindon fans have been sharing their memories and fondness of Williams on social media:
Very very sad news. God bless him, love and thoughts are with his family. #RIPDannyWilliams— RealPaddyStavros®🎗 (@PaddyStavros) February 3, 2019
RIP Danny the man who put little old Swindon on the map master minding our greatest ever triumph.— declan drake (@dubdec) February 3, 2019
True Legend. My first #STFC manager— MoonrakersComedy (@MooniesComedy) February 3, 2019
Danny was the only STFC manager ever to win a 'proper' football trophy, with his captain Stan Harland being the only STFC skipper to lift one. Others rightly get credit for the result that day, but those two are the real legends of SN1. RIP Danny.— andy ratcliffe (@rcmandy) February 3, 2019
I missed the '69 League Cup Final, as I was born in '71, but my Dad and Granddad were there. Both of them have told me, that winning that final, was not a flash in the pan, and that Town were a really good side under Danny. R.I.P Legend. ⚽️— Billy Wakeham (@bill_wakeham) February 3, 2019