Mark Warburton said similar in an interview:
Warburton told Record Sport: “I was a young English kid from London and my background couldn’t have been further removed from that of Jock Wallace.
“He was always the boss and scared the life out of me – it was a case of good cop/bad cop with him and his assistant, Ian MacFarlane.
“I was just a youngster when he took over at the club from Frank McLintock and I remember travelling from London to Leicester with my parents to meet the new manager and chief scout, Frank Shaw.
“It was a case of, ‘Call me Jock,’ as he met my parents and made them a cup of tea and they thought he was lovely.
“Taking his advice, the following day I walked into Filbert Street, met him in the corridor and said, ‘Morning, Jock.’
“He smacked me in the back of the head and told me never to call him by his first name again. It was a rude awakening, a harsh introduction.