Vuvuzelas causing World Cup headache

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Vuvuzelas causing World Cup headache

Watching the World Cup is something that every football fan wants to do, but this World Cup has something different, the sound of a vuvuzela.

The constant blowing of a vuvuzela in the football matches is creating a buzzing noise around the grounds, and it almost sounds like a swarm of bees close to your ears

The vuvuzelas have created some controversy at this year’s World Cup, as fans at the games and viewers at home are complaining about the deafening noise they are producing.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has said that the vuvuzelas will remain at the World Cup, despite many asking for them to be banned. Football matches need atmospheres, and because of the high decibel rate (127) of the vuvuzelas, there doesn’t seem to be much of an atmosphere.

Denmark’s Dennis Rommedahl was seen in his opening match against the Netherlands pointing to his ears, suggesting the sound of the vuvuzelas were making it hard to concentrate.

They say if you don’t think about them then you won’t hear them, although if you have tried to do this it’s quite hard to do.

They are a part of the South African tradition, but they are causing problems for viewers and players.

Whether you like them or not, they are here to stay. You might just have to try harder to blank them out if you don’t like the noise.





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