December 1937 as Chelsea FC battled Charlton FC at Stanford Bridge Stadium in London, the match was stopped and abandoned at the 60th minute due to a heavy fog. Unfortunately, the Charlton FC legendary goalkeeper,Sam Bartram remained unaware and kept guarding the goal post for another fifteen minutes after the match was stopped. He didn't hear the referee's whistle because of the crowd behind him. He stood at the goal with his arms outstretched and completely focused in the fog so as not to be caught unaware as he thought his team-mates were attacking the opponents goal. Fifteen minutes after the match was abandoned, he was approached by the Stadium Police and informed the match had been stopped fifteen minutes earlier Sam Bartram said these famous great words with great sorrow. "HOW SAD THAT MY FRIENDS FORGOT ME WHEN I WAS GUARDING THEIR GATE." There are many players in the field of Life whose Goal we defend with enthusiasm and Support, but when the situation become a wave of fog, they leave us alone.