Liverpool Football Club will observe a period of applause ahead of tonight's match with Wolverhampton Wanderers to recognise the fine career of former defender Avi Cohen, who died this morning aged 54.
Both sets of players will also wear black armbands to mark the sad news, which follows a serious motorcycle accident last week.
Avi is survived by his wife and three children. His funeral is set for later today.
The Israeli left-back joined Liverpool in 1979, making 24 appearances and scoring a famous goal in a title clincher against Aston Villa.
To give him his full title, Abraham "Avi" Cohen was the first foreign player to represent Liverpool since Robert Rudham arrived 24 years earlier.
After returning to his homeland in 1981, Avi came back to these shores in 1987 to play for former Liverpool skipper Graeme Souness at Rangers.
Liverpool Football Club would once again like to offer its condolences to Avi's family at this difficult time.