Sad news indeed and whilst I was too young to remember the days when he transformed the club from a bottom league side to Div 1, without him we wouldnt have had 1987 and some great memories of top league football. Remember my dad talking about him going into the factories in Coventry to drum up interest, great days of travelling on the Sky Blue express with his mates to Peterboro, the Wolves promotion game etc. I also remember my old man talking about how JH made everyone involved with the club seem like one family, the players the staff and the fans. He not only sold a vision but delivered it.
Watching the tributes it is hard to think of anyone who has changed a sport so much and the list of initiatives he introduced is impressive. RIP Jimmy and thanks for everything you did for the club, the City and for making my old man a happy man who had some great memories of a great time supporting a football club.