Four premier league football clubs ban vuvuzelas
Four clubs in the English Premier League have banned vuvuzelas from their stadia this summer. They are: Arsenal, Birmingham City, Tottenham Hotspur, and West Ham United. According to a statement from Spurs, the vuvuzela poses "unnecessary risks to public safety". We have to admit they just may be right: who knows what destruction might be unleashed if British soccer hooligans were granted access to such a fearsome weapon? Read more: Sky Sports
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