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The Vuvuzela Is Coming To The Premier League – And How To Stop It

By Paul Sorene

Can the vuvuzela make it to the Premier League? Yes. A Premier League spokesman tells us:

Nothing in our rules specifically prohibits musical instruments from being brought into grounds as these matters are dealt with at a club level. It will be down to stadium managers, in consultation with supporters groups, to determine what is appropriate.”

But it can be stopped! Here’s how.

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By Paul on June 14th, 2010 in World Cup. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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5 Responses to “The Vuvuzela Is Coming To The Premier League – And How To Stop It”

  1. Thomas says:

    Please god no…..it sounds like a sh*tstorm of bees attacking the camera microphone.

  2. DAUDA KAMARA says:

    The vuvuzela should be allowed into premier leaques and all international leaque as a legecy or mark for African’s first world cup hosting.
    The world cup brings the world together as one nation so every remarkable event or act should be given consideration
    THE ONLY CHANGES TO THE VUVUZELA IS FOR MANUFACTURERS TO EVENT A WAY TO REDUCE THE SOUND BUT NOT FOR FIFA OR WHAT EVER GOVERNING BODY SOCCER TO BAN IT
    The vuvuzela is the symbol for Africa we dont want to loose this remarkable mements

  3. a mac says:

    such a tasteless drone, i would have expected a more colourful sound from africans tbh!

  4. Mike Dee says:

    i will stop watching football

  5. Deckard says:

    Pff…this thing will ride the WC hype for 2-3 months tops is my bet, come December, everyone in England and it’s surroundings will have forgotten what a Vuvuzela is. European gets bored easily, they’d rather watch a game then blow non stop on something that looks like a toy for toddlers.

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