The Crazy Gang was the nickname of the Wimbledon football team in the 1990s and one of their peripheral members is profiled on the pages of the BBC website.
Lutz Pfannenstiel is a German player who was at one time a goalkeeper at the club. He is now a football talent scout.
So why is the BBC profiling him and why am I telling you about it?
I'm sure you can guess.
His playing days may be over but Pfannenstiel's passion for environmental issues is now taking his career into even more unpredictable directions.
"In February, for five nights and five days I was locked in an igloo in a German ski resort and everything I did was streamed live on the internet like a mini Big Brother.
"Next year I will be in the Amazon and will live in the treetops for a week.
"Once a year I will do one of these shocking actions to raise awareness about climate change."
Some of the biggest names in football are supporting his cause.
"I want to use football as an engine to fight against global warming. I believe the role model of footballers is still very big worldwide. If somebody can get into the heads of the youth or the normal man in the street then it's the football players.
"I have over 400 players now who are members of Global United Football Club, the likes of Pavel Nedved, Zinedine Zidane, George Weah and Lothar Matthäus."
Crazy gang indeed.