IN THOSE now sepia days of the 1960s and 1970s, Girona was renowned for being the airport that fed the Costa Brava with thousands of pale-skinned tourists heading for places like Lloret de Mar. The Spanish resort would also play host to football teams having a summer break and clubs like Chelsea and Liverpool took advantage of the free and easy atmosphere of these holiday playgrounds. In 1978, Liverpool – Kenny Dalglish and all – were present in Lloret just weeks after winning their second European Cup. Barcelona – with Cruyff and Neeskens – were nearby but the local team, Girona FC, was playing in the newly-created Segunda División B, finishing sixth in 1977-78. Girona was a day trip away from Lloret, but nobody…