Bell - widely regarded to be the finest City player of his generation - passed away peacefully, aged 74, on Tuesday after a short, non-Covid related illness.
He leaves behind wife Marie, children Jon and Dawn and grandchildren, Luke, Mark, Isla and Jack.
Affectionately known as Colin the King, Bell made 501 appearances for City during a 13-yaer spell in sky blue, scoring 153 goals.
Such was his impact, fans voted to name a stand inside the Etihad Stadium after him and his name is still sung regularly at matches.
Club Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak led the tributes upon the news of Bell's passing, before the footballing world paid their respects with players, fans, coaches and journalists all over the globe paying homage.
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