Liam Brady reveals how Jack Charlton confused him for a serial killer
Vintage Big Jack.
Jack Charlton famously got the names of his players wrong all the time while Republic of Ireland manager.
According to former Ireland winger Kevin Sheedy, before a game against Wales, Jack "had written the team on the back of box of cigarettes, with all the names of the players wrong."
However, even by Jack's standards of confusing players' names, this is noteworthy.
"Jack Charlton's first words to me: 'you're number 8 Ian," Brady said.
"I said 'Ian Brady was the Moors murderer, Jack."
Ian Brady, along with Myra Hindley, was the perpetrator of the notorious "Moors murders" in the mid-1960s, in which five children between the age of 10 and 17 were killed.
Liam Brady is an Arsenal legend and one of the greatest footballers Ireland has ever produced.