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- Lemon Half
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An incident from a Christmas Day match in 1937 between the Charlton Athletic and Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge stadium in London, England. Sam Bartram, the Athletic’s goalkeeper, was at his post when a heavy fog rolled across the pitch, a fog so dense that the match was called off. The players and referees all made their way off the field, but nobody told Bartram, who remained at his position for about 15 minutes, peering through the fog and waiting for the opponent’s attack until a police officer found him and ushered him off the field.
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quelquod wrote:pje16 wrote:and worth a picture too
https://futbolretro.es/wp-content/uploa ... allone.png
STOP - this image was hot linked!!
Got a direct route?
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/goalk ... 20to%20fog.
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