- A Ghanaian prophet has warned Arsenal star Thomas Partey from earing the Black Stars captains armband
- Prophet Telvin Sowah Adjei has revealed that the Arsenal star will suffer spiritual battles if he dares wear the armband
- Thomas Partey is the deputy captain of the senior national team of Ghana and was the skipper when the Black Stars edged Nigeria to qualify for the World Cup
Prophet Telvin Sowah Adjei of the Prophetic Life Embassy in Ghana has cautioned Thomas Partey against the Black Stars captaincy.
Thomas Partey is the vice captain of the national team and led the Black Stars during Andre Ayew's absence in the game against Nigeria.
However, the man of God has revealed that the Arsenal midfielder will suffer severe spiritual attacks if he wears the armband again.
“I saw vividly in a vision serious spiritual battle against Thomas Teye Partey, there are 3 things God wants him to know,” Prophet Telvin wrote on Facebook.
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“Be well prepared spiritually before you touch the national team captain band or avoid it entirely. Let’s pray for him there is satanic plan to reduce him to nothing.
“God showed me a Vision of you back home in GHANA in your hometown playing soccer with your childhood friends and sharing what you have with them and immediately as that was done I saw a white paper being cancelled and the Lord said, he is free from all issues raised against him.
“From now to December things are about to get tough from all angles (red card) World Cup issues and many other things I won’t disclose.
“But he should hold tight because he will break through all this ending of December and from January He will be in world ranking as one of the best in football. And he will rise and never fall.”
Arsenal fans rave about Thomas Partey during pre-season
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Thomas Partey produced an eye-catching pass to give Arsenal fans the needed boost ahead of the upcoming season, during their pre-season thumping of Ipswich Town.
The 29-year-old Ghana midfielder returned to action for the first time since April 2, 2022, after injury ruled him out for the rest of the 2021/22 campaign.
However, in a video posted on social media, Partey caught the attention of the Gunners with his trademark pass, leading to one of Nketiah's goals.