BRITAIN is a nation of football experts. Watch any game at, say, Anfield, Griffin Park or Stamford Bridge and there will be 35,000 football managers in the crowd. It has always been the same, but in recent times, the talent pool has got bigger due to computer games such as FIFA and Football Manager, all of which convince the addict that they can manage a real football team. People have actually applied for jobs on the basis that they have been extremely successful at playing FIFA. This is where reality and fantasy become very blurred at the edges. “But I won the Champions League five years in a row,” claimed one candidate, who was not, despite his credentials, Alfredo Di Stefano. Most football fans…