FOOTBALL dramas rarely hit the spot and unfortunately, Netflix’s The English Game did little to satisfy fans’ craving for action while the world’s most popular sport is suspended until further notice. As lightweight afternoon drama, it made a nice change from watching funeral plan advertisements and over-50s insurance, and it looked pretty good aesthetically, but Victorian England was made to look a little too clean (with the exception of Glasgow) and the class divide made you cringe a little. It was also full of inaccuracies. For a start, one of the main characters, Fergus Suter, never played for Blackburn Olympic, the club referred to as “Blackburn”, the first blue collar team to win the FA Cup, bringing to an end the age of the…