IN SOME countries, there is a limited away-fan culture and visiting supporters are often in small numbers when they do turn up. Just look at some Spanish and Italian games and see if you can identify the small band of flag-wavers penned into a miniscule section high in the stadium, often outnumbered by burly stewards in bright yellow jackets. In Britain, away support seems to have grown significantly in recent years. Despite the nation’s sub-optimal infrastructure and the relatively high cost of train travel, there seems to be more fans from the away club than ever before. It’s part of most matchdays to have a vocal input from the opposition, in fact they often make more noise than the home crowd. It may not…