One of the true greats of gaelic football, Kevin Heffernan has passed away at the age of 83.
GAA President, Liam O'Neill has led the tributes to the legendary Dublin manager, who is credited with transforming gaelic football.
He had been battling illness for the past year.
Known throughout the county as 'Heffo', he won Sam Maguire as a player with Dubs in 1958 and was selected on both the teams of the Century and the Millennium.
But it was his time as Dublin manager in the 1970s and '80s and that set him apart as one of the icons of the game, helping the county to three All Ireland titles during his time in charge and helping to establish one of the game's enduring rivalries with Kerry.
Former Dublin player and fellow St Vincent's member, Tomas Quinn has described Heffernan as an 'incredible man', while former Footballer of the Year, Bernard Brogan says he was "Hill 16's greatest hero".
Paddy Cullen, who was the goalkeeper for most of Heffernan's time in charge of the Dubs, says he was ahead of his time...