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Busacca and the Vuvuzelas

While drafting the previous post, discovered an interesting coincidence.  On June 14, it was reported that although the traditional powerhouses hated them, vuvuzelas would not be banned at the World Cup.  On June 16, Massimo Busacca’s handling of South Africa’s match against Uruguay came into question.

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  1. June 28, 2010 at 9:13 am

    Vuvuzelas are so nosy that makes all the atmosphere on the public disappear. There is only a constant noise. No songs, no rummors, nothing. I agree that the public makes the sport but this is not the case if all you can hear is vuvuzelas.
    I watch the games with the sound off cause I found them really annoying.
    You can find on websapce a lot of articles from funny to sad, pro and contra vuvuzelas.
    I’m against. I even created a facebook event against them http://tinyurl.com/2u2k5tk

    Keep quiet please! 🙂

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