Odd survey shows 20% of London kids believe Jesus Christ plays for Chelsea

English Premier League club Chelsea have surely made some extravagant signings over the years, but as some children would have it, the latest Blues' star is Jesus Christ.

hidden December 12, 2014 15:49:08 IST
Odd survey shows 20% of London kids believe Jesus Christ plays for Chelsea

English Premier League club Chelsea have surely made some extravagant signings over the years, but as some children would have it, the latest Blues' star is Jesus Christ.

Odd survey shows 20 of London kids believe Jesus Christ plays for Chelsea

Stamford Bridge could remain empty if ticket holders can't make it to the stadium. Reuters

According to independent.co.uk, a survey done by Brent Cross Shopping Centre - London saw 20 percent out of a 1,000 children vote that the Son of God played for the current Premier League leaders.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has pumped in a mini-fortune into the club and bought some of the world's best to Stamford Bridge but this signing could be out of reach for even the Russian billionaire.

A total of 1,000 children were asked: Who is Jesus Christ? a) A footballer for Chelsea, b) Son of God, c) TV presenter, d) X Factor contestant, or e) An astronaut

Reportedly, 20 percent of the children went with option 'a)'.

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