HARTLEPOOL UNITED fans on the journey back to central London were celebrating a 1-1 draw at Woking, crowding the tube at Waterloo (“what team are you?” asked bag-carrying shoppers, claiming they had never heard of them) and proclaiming how their north-east town is close to “heaven”. One of their number turned and commented: “It tells you where we are these days that we are happy about a point at Woking.” Meanwhile, the Surrey side’s manager, Anthony Limbrick, in his post-match analysis said: “It shows how far we have come when we can get a draw with Hartlepool and we are disappointed with it.” All things are relative. Woking was once a club you felt were heading for the Football League. They were certainly one…