FOOTBALL IS, in many ways, a one dimensional game – its simplicity, its demographic and its popular appeal make it ideal for the masses. Regardless of the number of causes the industry attaches itself to, the essence of football remains entertainment for the people, the creation of loyalty and allegiance and, ultimately, forlorn expectation. Traditionally, we have associated the game with grimy back streets, smoking chimneys, the curled-up collar, the moth-eaten scarf and the crowd, Lowryesque in its composition, marching religiously to the match, using the skeletal floodlights as their marker point. Beacon Forest Green Rovers is different, a beacon of modernity that captures the zeitgeist and reminds us there is a totally alternative way to run a football club, a model that could…