The town of Dartford doesn’t mean a lot to most people. It lends its name to a tunnel, a crossing and, in 1943, it was the birthplace of one Michael Philip Jagger. It’s in the Kent hinterland and in many ways, mirrors Thurrock on the opposite side of the Thames Estuary. Other than Jagger, Dartford also has connections with a few notables: Malcolm Allison and pop artist Peter Blake (of Sgt. Pepper fame) were both born in Dartford. Margaret Thatcher unsuccessfully ran for parliament in the early 1950s from Dartford. And oh yes, Britain’s strongest man, Terry Morgans, hails from the Kent town of almost 90,000 people. But there’s something really outstanding about Dartford from a footballing perspective that should act as a blueprint…