UEFA, apparently, has given its blessing on the creation of a “Balkan Super League”, comprising clubs from Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Slovenia and Montenegro, as well as Hungary and Bulgaria. It’s 20 years since the region was hurled into turmoil by a war that was far bloodier than the western part of Europe really understood. There’s still tension, as anyone who has visited Croatia, Bosnia or Serbia will be aware. People are quick to talk about the war and their mistrust of the other countries. At the same time, they will tell you that anyone who lived through it will never want to do it again. Signs of the war, however, most notably in the form of monuments to the dead and pock-marked buildings, are…