Derby County are set to unveil a monument of club legends Brian Clough and Peter Taylor this Saturday ahead of the club's npower Championship clash with Queens Park Rangers.
County Chief Executive Officer, Tom Glick will officially uncover the nine foot bronze statue in an opening ceremony for fans at Pride Park's Unity Plaza at 1pm.
One of the greatest, if not the greatest, managerial partnerships in football history, the statue is being revealed just a year after the project was announced.
"I am sure everyone will be impressed by what has been created," admitted Derby County Vice President of Operations, John Vicars.
"I know I speak for everyone associated with the project when I say it has been a privilege to have been involved in creating something of this magnitude that will stand outside Pride Park for generations to come."
Brian Clough and Peter Taylor won the league championship with Derby County in 1972 as part of a six-year spell at the club from 1967.
The pair also enjoyed success at Nottingham Forest, winning the European Cup in 1979 and 1980.
Both the Clough and Taylor families will have the opportunity to view the monument on Friday in a private ceremony.
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