The word legend is one so often overused in football, but for Chester FC fans Grenville Millington is a man fully deserving of such an honour.
After serving the club with distinction as a player during some of the finest moments in its history, the 63-year-old was named as chairman in October last year, a role that filled the former goalkeeper with immense pride.
Millington has had a long association with the Blues with the one-time goalkeeper being an honorary life vice president and the first hall of the fame inductee.
He made his first team debut in 1969 as a 17-year-old and went on to make more than 300 appearances for the club, helping them reach the Football League Cup semi-finals in 1974-75.
He left the club in 1983 but continued to have an association with the club and worked as a goalkeeper coach.
With Millington deciding to call time on his spell as chairman of the Blues we take a look back at what he achieved during his brief 13-month tenure.
Grenville Millington's time at the helm
Steps down from role as chairman of Chester FC