Pools fans have been sharing their ideas about how to commemorate the life and achievements of former manager Neale Cooper.
The 54-year-old, who died on Monday, managed the team during their most successful period in recent times. Hartlepool United have already opened an online book of condolence - but chief executive Mark Maguire has now appealed for the public's help in honouring him further. We took some of your suggestions and put them into a poll - vote below to have your say on how you think Neale Cooper should be remembered.
Dozens of you paid tribute to the manager on social media this week - and many made your own suggestions on how you think his life, work and achievement should be recognised by the people of Hartlepool.
Here's what you had to say:
Michael Devany: "He should have a seat in the executive box kept free for him at the Vic."
Norman Lee Taylor: "Have a friendly Pools vs Aberdeen all proceeds go to his family or his charity."
Paul Flounders: "Name the Town End stand after him, the least he deserves."
Michelle Cross: "A stand named after him? Not my idea, saw someone say ‘The Cooper stand’ and thought it was lovely.
"If not possible maybe a wall of fame for all those who gave so much to the club including Neale Cooper?
"Just like the fans wall with all the personalised bricks? My Mam & Dad have a brick there and especially after his passing, it means so much."
Kevin Freddie McCammon: "Definitely agree with a friendly against Aberdeen, excellent tribute for a footballing hero adored by the faithful at the Vic and Pittodrie."
Jason Sowerby: "Friendly with Aberdeen and name stand after him he was the best manager Pools ever had after all."
Karen Richardson: "Why not do something like hold a tournament for the towns schools and present a trophy bearing his name? This could be held each year and would help keep his memory alive for years to come."
Jamie Ainslie: "Pools vs Aberdeen friendly and have some of the squad from that season involved, maybe rename one of the stands as well."
Ken Coulson: "Change the name of the ground from Victoria Park to the Neale Cooper ground."