Footie players' bad example

14th May 2004 at 01:00
Young football fans believe that today's stars are paid too much and do not make good role models, according to research. An internet poll of more than 10,000 children aged five to 12 by the Fox Kids Cup international tournament found that 80 per cent felt Premiership players are too often in trouble and do not set a good example.

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