At grounds around England this weekend, there will be moments of recognition for Graham Taylor, the former Watford, Aston Villa and England manager. Taylor passed away during the week following a suspected heart attack.
Saturday's episode of Football Focus on the BBC opened with a wonderful tribute to the 72-year-old, often referred to as 'The Nicest Man in Football'.
Thanks for all your lovely comments about the tributes to Graham on Focus. Lots of people cared that we got it right. We hope we did. https://t.co/kndfFnNJcP
— Dan Walker (@mrdanwalker) January 14, 2017
A pitch perfect tribute leads us on a journey through Taylor's management career from the early days at Lincoln City to his final job as Aston Villa.
At the end, Taylor concludes that football is where he was most at home.
At the end of the day, when a ball is kicked, when a game is played, when you're on a football pitch - I just have a feeling in the pit of my stomach that this is where I belong.
You can watch the BBC Graham Taylor tribute below.
Graham Taylor... he was 'Mr Football' pic.twitter.com/ukZOOo1ZFj
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 14, 2017