I just reckon they probably were. I think you notice it in people in general these days - there's more of a "feck you, I can do this" attitude to young people than there was. And while that's generally a bad thing, when you're actually good at something (like all our players are) it can be a great thing. The way the class of 92 speak about "how it was" when I hear them these days... The protection they were afforded by players like Keane, and men like SAF.. And it was a different time in the world of media. They needed leaders, whereas I'm not so sure this new generation really do. They have to stand up or they're nowhere. It's a healthier dynamic. I dunno - maybe it's all bollocks, but it makes some kind of sense in my head. But there's no doubt; if you can be more casual with your life, but retain the focus and professionalism when you need to, you'll be a healthier, stronger person.