"The road goes ever on and on
Down from the door where it began.
Now far ahead the road has gone,
And I must follow if I can,
Pursuing it with eager feet,
Until it joins some larger way
Where many paths and errands meet.
And whither then? I cannot say"
- J.R.R Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

Monday, 7 May 2012

TB Joshua says Chelsea "need more prayers than Bayern" in the Champions League final

The man of God, prophet TB Joshua, has said Chelsea need more prayers than Bayern Munich if they are to win their first European cup on the 19th of May. The UEFA champions league final, which incidentally is to be played in Bayern Munich's home pitch, the Alliance Arena, will be Chelsea's second appearance in the finals of the competition after their 2008 loss against Manchester United.

The prophet told his congregation yesterday that God showed him the first half of the match, a first half which the man of God said was not good for Chelsea. He said, " From what I've seen so far, Chelsea need more players than Bayern", which no doubt left some members of his church wishing they supported other teams.

According to Samuel K Obour, the man of God added that he saw a tall black man delivering a fine cross which was then  scored by a bald-headed  man. Since David Alaba and Luiz Gustavo (who may be considered black) are on suspension and won't play in the final, it leaves Jerome Boateng to deliver the cross and Arjen Robben to convert it.

During the same service the man of God said contrary to what has been reported by the media he did not predict a Chelsea win.

This is not the first time the prophet has predicted football results- he reportedly predicted Zambia's miraculous win in this year's Africa Cup of Nations. He also prophesies about other things, most notably death, and from previous outcomes I think those who are betting on Chelsea to win should reconsider- or at least pray, and pray hard.

But critics and football pundits have pointed out that it is quite obvious that Chelsea wil need more than luck to win against Bayern. After turning around an away loss against Napoli, a miraculous win against Barcelona in England and an even more miraculous draw against the Catalans in their own backyard, Chelsea's luck cannot last forever.

In my opinion it doesn't take a prophet to say Chelsea will find it an uphill task against a Bayern team that eliminated Real Madrid and which will have the privilege of playing at home in a turf they know so well. Additionally, Chelsea have four players out of the fixture because of suspension, including captain John Terry and Ramires.

TB Joshua or not, Chelsea fans should start praying really hard, the man of God has just reiterated the need.

Prophecies aside Chelsea need those prayers.

TB Joshua says God showed him Chelsea having a difficult first half.


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