The World Cup hangover is painful, and making it hard to appreciate a wild club summer

The World Cup ran for a month and a day. But the World Cup lasted, ooh, at least a couple of extra months. There’s the run-up beforehand, a long shadow cast forwards over the end of the season, giving shade and depth to every injury, every dip and surge in form. Then, afterwards, comes the hangover.

The hangover. It hurts.

As Eddie Newton once observed, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The energy poured into caring — really caring — about 64 games of football in 31 days...

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