Follow by Email


Vuvuzela - South African Horn - Black,property=Galeriebild__gross.jpgVuvuzela - South African Horn - BlackVuvuzelas, the deafening plastic trumpets, which have attracted complaints from viewers and players alike at this year's FIFA World Cup in South Africa, have been banned from the next World Cup in Brazil.

The 127-decibel horn, which left fans reaching for ear plugs in South Africa, is to be banned in 2014.

However, it is feared the vuvuzela is set to hit the UK Premier League next month, the Daily Express reports.

An estimated 100,000 vuvuzelas are in the hands of British football fans. Last night it emerged most will end up in landfill.

Stadium Horn - PURPLEBarry Turner, of the Plastics 2020 Challenge set up to boost recycling, said: "Vuvuzelas are made from an easily recyclable high density polyethylene, or PE-HD, but few councils collect mixed plastics like PE-HD."

Earlier, Fifa and World Cup organisers had urged fans not to blow vuvuzelas during national anthems, and had already said that they will ban the instrument if any are thrown onto the pitch or used as a weapon.


Post a Comment

please leave your opinion about his blog ,
this will help us to give some more quality information.

Write 4 namesake-expert

Thank you for your interest in being part of the namesake-expert writing community.
namesake-expert publishes original news content, opinion pieces, trending topics and breaking stories in the area of technology, entertainment, business, politics, lifestyle, videos,sports, lifestyle and women’s issues. Articles must be written in English, published first on namesake-expert and will be reviewed by the “seasoned” namesake-expert Team.
If you are interested revert back to

side l


images in posts are not related to the content .
it pasted to relate the content or to describe the message of post.
if any photo of any person in post hurting any sentiment it can be removed busted. pls complain it to this Email -->