Vuvuzela May Face 2010 World Cup Ban
World Cup 2010 Organisers are in a quandry as football fan’s from all countries appear to be blowing their vuvuzela instead of singing and chanting their traditional national songs .
The vuvuzela is a horn or trumpet that sounds vaguely like an elephant and they are being sold or even given away all over South Africa .
The problem for Organisers is that whilst the noise created helps to build atmosphere at matches the blare created drowns out opposing fans who wish to cheer on their team .
Broadcasters have complained about the racket created by the vuvuzela and the noise is such that it could cause hearing damage to fans in world cup stadiums according to medical experts .
The opening two days of the World Cup have been quieter on the pitch with no game yet producing more than two goals .
Argentina have easily been the most impressive team to-date with Lionel Messi starring in their 1-0 victory over Nigeria .
Certainly Diego Maradona’s team currently look the main threat to tournament favourite’s Spain and Brazil and are now a best priced 6/1 with Victor Chandler to win the 2010 World Cup .