In 1971, “foreigners” were Scots, Irish or Welsh. In the late 1970s, they became Yugoslav, Argentinian and Dutch. By the 1990s, English football was infiltrated by Danes, Italians, Frenchmen and Germans. And now, English football is truly multi-cultural. Englishmen are in the minority, Scots almost non-existent and as for the Welsh and Irish, where have they all gone? They used to say that every successful Football League side had a strong Scottish element and looking back over the years, the likes of Billy Bremner and Dave Mackay (to name but two) would bear that out. Today, you’d be hard pressed to name a successful Scot. But then, the same is almost true of English players. Just look at the last nine years’ worth of…