FOOTBALL is a sport built around nostalgia. We remember our heroes, draw comparisons between the past and today and don the rose-tinted glasses of experience to complain about contemporary trends and behaviours. Not everything was marvellous in the past, not everything is bad in the 21st century, but as we all become our parents and grandparents, we inevitably believe music, football, pubs, TV and the world, generally, was great when we were young. That’s partly because when you are young, you don’t have to worry about much. No bills to pay, no mortgage, no career to manage, no kids to fret about. Therefore, we concentrate on the unimportant and trivial and we try to live as hedonistic life as we possibly can. Then we…