The Spireites will pay tribute to their former player in a number of ways.
Chesterfield FC have announced how they plan to honour their former player Jordan Sinnott, who died from a suspected fractured skull over the weekend.
The club released this statement yesterday evening;
"As a club, we plan to pay tribute to former player Jordan Sinnott, who passed away at the weekend, in various ways.
Members of Jordan’s family are being invited to attend our next home match, against Wrexham on Saturday week, as guests of the club.
An image of Jordan will feature on the front cover of the programme and there are plans to hold a minute’s applause before kick-off. With an image of Jordan on the Big Screen, fans will also be encouraged to join in with a minute’s applause after 25 minutes to mark Jordan’s age.
It has been proposed that a mini-tournament will be staged at the Proact in honour of Jordan in pre-season, involving the Spireites, Matlock Town and Alfreton Town. Funds raised on the day will be donated to a suitable cause."