Are today’s young football stars worse than those before them?

July 11, 2018, 3:07pm


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IT HAS been a bad World Cup for the old guard. Both Cristiano Ronaldo (aged 33) and Lionel Messi (31), widely regarded as two of the greatest footballers ever, departed the stage early, as Portugal and Argentina were eliminated in the round of 16.

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