Ask anyone of a certain age that claims to be a football fan, and they would probably tell you their biggest pet peeve with the modern game is the way footballers act when they've been tackled. "It never used to be like that", they'll say, and actually, they're pretty spot on. Modern day football and the game back in the 1960s and 70s seem like two completely different games, and in fact, it is only in the last 10 years or so that modern footballers have begun to garner this horrific reputation of acting like Olympic divers. Way back when, football was an unbelievably different game out on the field. Bone-crunching tackles were incredibly common, and it wasn't unusual to see a game without any yellow or red cards being issued - even if the tackles were flying in from all angles. The modern day footballer would have winced at some of the challenges thrown in by these legendary hardmen - the kind of guys who gave football it's original reputation - one of a game that is played in huge physical contact.