Mark Chapman told Kevin Kilbane he'd probably guaranteed himself a free pint whenever he next comes to Dublin after he mentioned Coppers on Match of the Day 2.
It will probably be more like free pints for life after Kilbane referenced the nightclub during his and Ruud Gullit's analysis of Chelsea's 2-0 win against Southampton on Sunday.
Chelsea's second goal was a brilliant strike by Diego Costa from outside the box. It flew past Fraser Forster in the home side's goal.
The defending of Southampton right-back Cuco Martina for the goal amused though. Kilbane likened it to his moves on the dancefloor. Gullit called it akin to moonwalking as he pedaled backwards attempting to block Costa's shot.
Martina was doing my old trick on the dance floor in the nightclub. He was doing the moonwalk, I think Ruud described it as earlier.
Asked for clarification about the venue for his dance moves, Kilbane stated that they had last been seen a while back on Harcourt St.
That was in Coppers in Dublin, I think, a couple of months ago.