FOOTBALL tourists are the consummate neutral – they go in search of entertainment and something new with no particular allegiance. In many ways, they are a curiosity in themselves: part groundhopper, part intrepid explorer, part traveller. But in a sport that depends and feeds off the passion and partisanship of its followers, the great neutral fan is something of an anomaly – a lover of the game but not necessarily in love with a club. In the UK, it is tough being a neutral observer. While the home fans jump around and celebrate a goal, or shake their fists in anger at a poor refereeing decision, they are largely unmoved and will clap politely or just shrug their shoulders. Being a neutral often casts…