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#1 The Beard

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Posted 20 Jul 2010 - 17:49

I don't know if this has been mentioned anywhere on the site but Everton have become the first North West club to ban the goddam things, thank fook for that. I ain't no killjoy but they are bloody annoying. A sensible decision from our board of directors or whoever made the decision. :D

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#2 Ian C

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Posted 20 Jul 2010 - 19:18

Didn't Liverpool ban them earlier? :P
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Posted 20 Jul 2010 - 22:31

Thank fook those things really got on my t1ts during the World Cup and to an extent spoilt it not much if any atmosphere at games just those over grown golf t's drowning everything out
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Posted 20 Jul 2010 - 22:45

Silly to do so in my opinion. Those who take them would be encouraged or discouraged from using them again after a game or so anyway! Posted Image
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Posted 20 Jul 2010 - 22:55

I personally don't mind them, but I know majority want them piled up and set on fire. So good on Goodison for the ban :)
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#6 duncanmckenzieismagic

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Posted 21 Jul 2010 - 06:04

Silly to do so in my opinion. Those who take them would be encouraged or discouraged from using them again after a game or so anyway! Posted Image



Yeah but I would imagine having a vuvuzela shoved up your arse would offend and could incite crowd trouble!

They are the only thing from the World Cup that was more annoying than Capello's team selection so Im fullly behind banning them
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Posted 21 Jul 2010 - 13:25

Would there have been a problem at Goodison if it hadn't been banned?
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Posted 21 Jul 2010 - 15:18

Yes, the probability of violence offered to any fooker who blew one and that is without any hint of sarcasm.
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Posted 21 Jul 2010 - 17:30

Would there have been a problem at Goodison if it hadn't been banned?


I doubt it, but then again kids probably like them, and would you really want to see a loud of louts booing kids for having em because there ruining the game?
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Posted 22 Jul 2010 - 10:54

I doubt it, but then again kids probably like them, and would you really want to see a loud of louts booing kids for having em because there ruining the game?


Obviously not booting kids but what about a middle aged man, wearing a Liverpool shirt with 'Carragher and Gerrard True Scousers' emblazoned on the back, carrying and blowing a vuvuzela bedecked with red bunting and a red 'Teddy Bear', I reckon he would deserve a booting. It's a pity I never had my phone, to take a picture, when I witnessed the clown in the pub watching the England/ Serbia game, embarrassing beyond belief.
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