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Originally posted by Raider of Truth
The Germany game vs Australia was really entertaining..
Come on Germany!
oh except one thing... Vuvuzela's
I am thinking about flying to south africa..sneaking into a game and throwing a vuvuzela onto the pitch.
It's terrible.. it's constant..how much air in the lungs do these African's have!
Please something needs to be done it's ruining it.. i hope England get the 2018 bid. I truly do.
Originally posted by neformore
Can't resist saying this, but as a Liverpool fan I'm used to constant noise throughout the game, which may be why I'm not so bothered by it
LIke it or not...it is a boring sport played by sub-par sissy athletes. The world cup should be enough soccer for anyone for four years...and I think that is why they only have the tournament every four years...so people forget how damn boring it is.
Originally posted by franspeakfree
Oh come on people, the world cup is in South Africa, they celebrate their country through music, its not as if they have brought their instruments with them in to another country and trying to force their ideals on to it. We should respect their traditions and get on watching a fantastic few weeks of top class football.
Originally posted by MrDarlingFace
England's tears and drunken rage makes me happy when they tied with the U.S.
They were defeated once again and their pubs were filled with the screams of the terrified.
But a World Cup spokesman insisted vuvuzelas are "ingrained in the history of South Africa" and will remain. Rich Mkhondo also said vuvuzelas had worldwide appeal. "Let us not make this a South Africa instrument alone," he said. "A vuvuzela is now an international instrument. People buy them and stuff them in their suitcase to go home.
"Only a minority are against vuvuzelas. You either love them or hate. We in South Africa love them."