Published Monday, 03 March 2014
Linfield boss David Jeffrey. (© Pacemaker)
Jeffrey, who has managed the Blues for more than 17 years, announced in February that he was stepping down at the end of the season.
During his time in charge the club won nine league titles and seven Irish Cups, including a clean sweep of domestic silverware in 2005/06.
Councillors at City Hall will be asked to recognise the "significant contribution made to Irish League football by Mr David Jeffrey".
The motion lists David Jeffrey's achievements in winning over 30 trophies to date as well as marking "the contribution made through his character and his enthusiasm for Irish League football."
It has been proposed by Alderman Ruth Patterson of the DUP.
David Jeffrey's team are currently two points clear of Cliftonville at the top of the league, and will face Crusaders in the final of the Co Antrim Shield on Tuesday night.
Meanwhile speculation as to who will take over at Linfield continues, with some of the top candidates including Ballymena's Glen Ferguson, Stephen Baxter at Crusaders, and Northern Ireland legend David Healy - who last week laughed off speculation linking him to the post.
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