|Quoting signol (Reply 4):|
I think it's unneccesary. About 1/2 the Premier League teams have banned them, the other half "allow" them. There have been no noticable difference between the two so far this season.
|Quoting TheSonntag (Thread starter):|
Uefa Bans Vuvuzelas
|Quoting Derico (Reply 1):|
WHen will you ban those stupid announcers?? Thank goodness they never caught on in Argentine stadiums. The announcers here just tell you the score, and the incidences, proffesionally... no shouting, singing along, or ''come on come on I can't hear you'' drab.
|Quoting TIA (Reply 7):|
Let's just say that the vast majority of people blowing the vuvuzelas during the WC were not Africans but European and Latin American fans. The vuvuzelas blown by Africans were only a small minority in the stands. So if people here were annoyed by the vuvuzelas on TV, they can only blame their fellow nationals.
|Quoting Sabena332 (Reply 9):|
These things were the main reason why I am saying that the last World Cup was by far the worst one I've experienced so far!
|Quoting andz (Reply 8):|
This is the only sensible statement in this irrational and hysterical thread.
|Quoting LTU932 (Reply 6):|
No idea about other clubs, but at the FC St. Pauli (my home town club) and in matches I've seen on TV, I've never seen such announcers. We've had something similar at a public viewing but that was definitely not in a stadium.
|Quoting MadameConcorde (Reply 17):|
They can keep the vuvuzelas for the streets and the after match parties.