George Mulhall, the former Bradford City manager, has died aged 81.
The Scottish international managed the club from 1978-81, replacing John Napier, and took City to fifth place in Division Four (now League Two) in his first full season in charge.
During his time in charge at Valley Parade, George brought one of City's all-time greats to the club, Bobby Campbell, from Brisbane City in 1979.
Born in Falkirk, Mulhall notably played for Aberdeen and Sunderland for whom he played in a record 125 consecutive matches.
Everyone connected with Bradford City would like to pass on their heartfelt condolences to George's family and friends.