Spurs ban Vuvuzelas from the Lane

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    While away, I must admit that this does not affect me so much. But that stuff is so f *cking annoying. And thank god that clubs are banning the vuvuzela. I only hope that United do not want to be the "liberal one" and allow that crap at OT.
     
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    Chelsea have joined to Vuvuzela Haters' club.
     
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    Welcome to the Club, WBA :)
     
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    And the list grows up. Now its Newcastle that banned the vuvuzela.
     
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    Just told my dad... "GOOD! THEY SHOULD BE BANNED... EVERYWHERE!!". Probably the vuvuzela's biggest critic.

    I think it's fair to say this is a good thing, shows that the Glazers aren't looking to make money out of them fot a start and obviously chants will be heard. Novelty has gone now anyway.
     
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