What sports will embrace the vuvuzela

What Sports Will Embrace The Vuvuzela ?

One of the main talking points of the World Cup is the vuvuzela,the constant droning noise is either loved or hated by fans and in most cases hated,however i can see sales of the vuvuzela rocketing worldwide and i also think it will become a feature of some sporting events.

Recent bans by Wimbledon and with other sports such as horse racing and snooker probably to follow suit and ban the vuvuzela im sure there are some sports will embrace the constant droning nosie to add to the atmosphere.

So what sports are most likely to allow the vuvuzela ? I think 20-20 cricket and grand prix racing could be leading contenders to adapt the vuvuzela into their current atmosphere.Football clubs across europe will also have fans turning up south africas favourite horn,other possibilities would be Rugby Union and Rugby League.

Sainsburys supermarket chain in the uk have already sold 40000 in the first week of the world cup at 2 pounds each,whilst we are getting many reports of vendors selling the vuvuzela throught towns and citys in the uk.

At http://www.thaivisanews.com/ we are running our own thread regarding your thoughts on the biggest talking point in this years world cup.Make a comment in our vuvuzela thread and go into our free draw to win your very own vuvuzela.

Little was known about the popular horn outside of South Africa before the World Cup but now its a firm talking point amongst football and other sports fans.Britain is gripped ina vuvuzela frenzy with one being sold every 2 seconds.

As players, fans and coaches weighed in on whether the loud drone of the plastic horns was an annoying irritant or joyful expression of African culture, South African organisers hit back and encouraged visiting fans to export them back to their own countries.

Vuvuzelas are here to stay and will never be banned,» said Rich Mkhondo, a spokesman for the local World Cup organising committee. «People love the vuvuzelas around the world. Only a minority are against vuvuzelas.»

The Premier League and the Football League said there was nothing in their rules to stop supporters bringing them to English grounds but the decision would rest with individual clubs.

Share your views on the vuvuzela at our forum  http://www.thaivisanews.com/ were you can even post your favourite vuvuzela picture.

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