Back in the late 1980s, Channel 4, ever the innovator, screened a drama that addressed one of the big taboos in football: women. Before the PC police start hauling up the placards, it was the 1980s and at the time, women in professional football were almost unheard of, save for behind-the-scenes stalwarts like club secretaries and administrators. On the field, in the dressing room and in the boardroom, they simply didn’t exist. The Manageress was an excellent TV series, written by Stan Hey, who some may recall as a major contributor to Foul, the grandfather of fanzines like When Saturday Comes. Hey also wrote an amusing and engaging series called Hold the Back Page, starring David Warner, about the trials and tribulations of a…