Euro 2016's Old Warhorses

Portugal defender Ricardo Carvalho (38) has won a horde of titles in his career and will compete with Pepe and Bruno Alves for a starting berth. Photo: REUTERS
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The legendary Gianluigi Buffon (38) is already the most capped Italian with 157 appearances and is showing no signs of slowing down. Photo: AP
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The youngest on this list at 35, Tomas Rosicky bid farewell to Arsenal after 10 years at the club and will captain the Czechs in France. Photo: REUTERS
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A potent goalscoring threat from set-pieces, Gareth McAuley (36) is still a mainstay for Northern Ireland and West Bromwich Albion. Photo: Getty Images
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Considered the greatest Icelandic player of all time, Eidur Gudjohnsen (37) has won titles with Chelsea, Barcelona and PSV Eindhoven. Photo: Getty Images
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Famous for wearing trackpants instead of shorts, Hungary goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly (40) has amassed over 100 caps for his country. Photo: Getty Images
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Northern Ireland stalwart Aaron Hughes (36) has played over 450 Premier League games without getting a red card and recently earned his 100th cap. Photo: Getty Images
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Hungary midfielder Zoltan Gera (37) spent 10 years in England with West Brom and Fulham and came back from international retirement after a one-year hiatus. Photo: Getty Images
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