Liverpool FC Women's players and staff paid their respects to Andrew Devine before Friday's training session.
Andrew, a lifelong Liverpool supporter, passed away at the age of 55 earlier this week. Despite sustaining life-changing injuries at the Hillsborough disaster, he continued to attend Reds matches at Anfield when possible.
Ahead of training at the Solar Campus this afternoon, Matt Beard, his coaching staff and squad gathered for 97 seconds of silence in remembrance of Andrew.
Beard said: "It was very important for us as a Women’s section to pay our own respects to Andrew as we came back to training today.
"We were all saddened to hear the news this week but Andrew’s story is one of incredible determination, courage and spirit which will be an inspiration to so many people.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew’s family, friends and carers whose unbelievable love, dedication and support were an example to us all. Rest in peace."
Tranmere Rovers manager Micky Mellon and members of his staff also joined the tribute to pay their own respects.
Rest in peace, Andrew Devine. https://t.co/JIR1fPRoBs— LiverpoolFCW (Liverpool FC Women) 30th Jul 15:05