A regional daily is urging readers to help say ‘thank you’ to one of its patch’s footballing legends, who died recently.
No further details have been released about what the tribute entails, but it is set to coincide with a memorial service to be held in his honour next month.
Hill, who spent time with Brentford and Fulham during his playing days, was credited with leading a ‘Sky Blue Revolution’ while manager of Coventry City in the 1960s, which saw the team win promotion to the old First Division.
He later went on to host BBC’s Match Of the Day programme.
Hill passed away in December, with the Telegraph running a front page tribute in his honour at the time.
A piece on the website reads: “To mark the day, we want your tributes to a Coventry City legend by saying thank you for everything he did for the Sky Blues and the city of Coventry.
“We will use your messages for a special tribute we are planning to coincide with the memorial service.”