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FIFA will not Ban the Vuvuzela from the 2010 World Cup

Posted by KAY-EL On July - 19 - 2009

I was really happy when I saw a tweet from FIFAWorldcupSA of a post by The Real Footie Analyst that confirmed my feelings about this issue, that Fifa would not ban the Vuvuzela from the 2010 Soccer World Cup, in spite of the grumblings about noise from mainly European TV commentator and groupings of local dissenters.

According to this blog, which is regarded as a go-to place for all things football :

FIFA have ruled out any action that would remove the vuvuzela from the stadiums at the 2010 World Cup.

And more

“We approach this in a relaxed manner. I am convinced the vuvuzelas will be a hit at the World Cup. It will be a World Cup with African sound,” Hans Klaus, director of communications at FIFA, told reporters on Friday.

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53 Responses to “FIFA will not Ban the Vuvuzela from the 2010 World Cup”

  1. brink says:

    Zidane hates the Vuvuzela!!!

  2. ANGELIKA says:

    I can’t believe what happened with Portugal today. That was totally crazy!

  3. South African says:

    It is amazing how sa has been brain wash that the vuvuzela is sa culture. Maybe long ago meetings was called with some kind of trumped. I am sure the guy who called the meeting then stopped blowing so that everybody can hear what is said at the meeting. So many different storys. Bull shit. It does not matter what your story is. It does not give South Africa the right to destroy the football for millions of people all over the world with this chilidish plastic made in china trompet. Their is records of trompets been blown in ancient times from the ROMENS to storys in the bible, Koran etc.
    This would have been a perfect world cup but thanks to your childish vuvuzela it might still become the worst world cup ever.


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Look at the countdown to the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. Every day is a day closer to the opening ceremony when players from all around the world will gather in South Africa for Africa\'s World Cup. On this blog Lantz and Karen are Celebrating the Vuvuzela, Soccer and the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. Please send us any pictures, videos and stories of Vuvuzela\'s, football and soccer fans to