Post by TsarSamuil on Jun 11, 2010 13:29:50 GMT -5
Hope the Slavs that go to that barbaric criminal country will be alright...
South Africa in Full Colors for 2010 World Cup.
Novinite.com Sports | June 11, 2010, Friday
The opening ceremony for the 2010 FIFA World Cup showed the rich and colorful culture of the host, South Africa.
The ceremony for the 19th edition of the tournament began with the crossing of five military airplanes above Africa's biggest stadium. Soccer City got full by the middle of the show, due to the huge traffic in Johannesburg.
American R'n'B star R.Kelly, South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela, and 1 500 other participants from the 6 competing countries provided entertainment for the fans before the first game.
South African Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu was also present in the audience, dressed in yellow and green to show support for his national team.
Ex-president Nelson Mandela's appearance at the opening was canceled, due to his great-granddaughter's death in a car accident Thursday evening.
The first game of 2010 FIFA World Cup will be between the hosts and Mexico and is supposed to begin at 1700 GMT+2.
Soccer City was in full colors at the opening ceremony of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Photo by bbc.co.uk
Post by TsarSamuil on Jun 15, 2010 14:45:10 GMT -5
That's gay? That's nothing, I trust everyone has heard about the Vuvuzela by now...that "instrument" those selfish niggers force on the world's audience...nice hosts, I hope they never get to host any international event ever again.. and they play it outside the arena too so people can't sleep...and journalists n those who can afford, have to have bodyguards not to get robbed, what a shithole southafrica is!
Too bad about Slovakia vs New Zealand lol...
Ofc FIFA would side with the baboons! It would be "racism" to ban that horrible noise? If the audience was white n they obstructed communication like those niggers are doing, they would have banned it already. But they feel they have to be politically correct to the niggers touchy feelings n ignore the rest of the world's objections...
-------- They can't even get the correct date right, imbeciles! ----
Vuvuzela: a symbol of South Africa.
(FIFA.com) Friday 19 June 2009
From the beat of the samba drums in Brazil to the ringing of cow bells in Switzerland to the Mexican wave, the idiosyncrasies of several nationalities become apparent at football matches. South Africans are no exception, as those who have descended on the country for this year's FIFA Confederations Cup have discovered.
The vuvuzela is a vociferous air horn that reverberates around arenas with rare energy. It is also a proud and permanent symbol of its patrons.
"Without the vuvuzela, I don't think I would be able to enjoy football," said Sadaam Maake, one of South African football's celebrity followers. "It brings a special feeling to the stadiums. It is something that makes the fans want to get behind their team."
The vuvuzela was originally made from a kudu horn. Folklore has it that, in the ancient days, it was used to summon people to gatherings. Over the last 15 years, the sight and sound of the instrument being blown at games has evolved into an emblem of hope and unity for many South Africans.
"When we started the vuvuzela, there was so much sadness in our country in those years and it brought so much joy," explained Mzion Mofokeng, another iconic football enthusiast. "All of a sudden people would go to the stadiums because of this instrument that was able to get fans on their feet and start cheering. For few hours, they would forget about the reality in our society and enjoy the sound.
However, Mofokeng did add a warning: "In order for it to produce a nice sound, someone must know how to blow it. It must be done with a controlled voice and you need some art for that."
The vuvuzela was introduced to the world as an item synonymous with South African football on 15 May 2004, when it was announced the nation would host the 19th edition of the FIFA World Cup™. Upon confirmation of the decision, South Africa's sports minister Makhenkesi Stofile and then-finance minister Trevor Manuel led the chorus of vuvuzelas in the presence of dignitaries and members of the media from across the globe.
However, its sheer volume has taken many by surprise during the FIFA Confederations Cup. "For someone who is not used to it, it might be a bit awkward," said Gladys Gialey, a Bafana Bafana diehard. "This is why I believe we must educate fans from outside South Africa about it. For me, as a football fan, I don't have a problem with it."
Evidently, the vuvuzela is deeply entrenched in football culture in a country fiercely dedicated to staging an unforgettable FIFA World Cup. "It is African culture, we are in Africa and we have to allow them to practice their culture as much as they want to," said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter.
"Vuvuzelas, drums and signing are part of African football culture. It is part of their celebration, it is part of their culture, so let them blow the vuvuzelas."
Yeah those bee trumpets are moronic. It's all the fault of FIFA, world cup should never be held in a place which is behind god's arse. It is too far to travel to by people from the countries actually playing so the locals buy up all the tickets. You have Slovenia playing Algeria but everyone in the stands is black.
Post by TsarSamuil on Jun 18, 2010 11:35:16 GMT -5
For the last time Serbs, we know u are good at Basketball, but keep it from the football field! I thought the krauts would score their penalty. Lol, the frustration on the German trainer n team, hahaha.
The Slovenia game, the U.S. team deserved to win, I'm not talking about the country, but the team's performance which was crazy. They work like hell for 90 minutes and go from 0-2 to what should have ended 3-2, I still don't understand how it was judged to be offside...or whatever happened, very strange.
England is playing soon, I don't care how good that team performs, I hate them too much, lol, I hope they loose. Goddamn assholes, thinking they deserve the gold, I hope they go home. The U.S. equalizer to England was fun from before.
Post by TsarSamuil on Jun 18, 2010 13:56:50 GMT -5
Serbia beat Germany in win-or-die thriller.
RussiaToday.com 18 June, 2010, 18:27
Team Serbia have recorded a big World Cup victory, stunning Germany 1-0, after the three-time champions were reduced to ten men in Port Elizabeth, and blowing Group D wide open.
In a game full of bookings, German striker Miroslav Klose picked up his second yellow card after 37 minutes for an apparently innocuous challenge on Dejan Stankovic.
Within a minute, Serbia had capitalized on their one-man advantage. Milan Jovanovic heading home from close range.
However, Germany missed a glorious chance to equalize, just before the hour. Nemanja Vidic handled in the box, just like Zdravko Kuzmanović did in their opener against Ghana. However, Lukas Podolski's low spot-kick was easily saved by Vladimir Stojkovic.
Both sides hit the woodwork, but it finished 1-0 to Serbia.
Meanwhile, Group C is also wide open after the USA came from two goals down to draw 2-2 in a thriller with Slovenia, which was probably one of the best matches of the tournament so far.
Valter Birsa's 13th-minute cracker, and Zlatan Lubyankic strike on the break made it 2-0 to Slovenia, before Landon Donovan pulled a goal back, just after the break. And the coach's son, Michael Bradley, ran in to smash home the equalizer with eight minutes to go.
The US thought they'd won it with a late Maurice Ed shot, but the goal was inexplicably disallowed.
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