Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Stupidity in South Africa World Cup

People hate and love vuvuzela. It sounds louder than the locomotive passing behind your ears—127 decibels to be precise in one blow. This one dollar plastic with its monotone buzzing and disturbing not just affecting the players and the people inside the stadium but also the comfort of people watching the games worldwide. Ironically, even China failed to qualify to the world cup yet its existence felt everywhere—vuvuzela is fully tagged with Made in China sticker. Honestly, I really hate that vuvuzela but it’s just one of the colors (or sound) that makes this world cup unique. Apparently, vuvuzela is rapidly becoming a world pandemic across the globe.

The Jabulani plays a vital role in fertilizing controversial surrounding. It was claimed to be the most perfect ball ever made. Its aerodynamic supposes to make the ball to have soul and has its own mind. You can’t put souls into object and if you do, that would end up in misery and total chaotic. The ball is sown from inside out to ensure the ball is perfectly round. It turns out the ball is very hard to control, maneuver and absolutely unpredictable. That what will happen if you put souls into that bloody ball. This ball is total nightmare to striker and to goalkeeper as well especially Robert Green. The ghost of memory will always embrace him for the rest of his life. Fabio Capello hates it, players mock it, and Christiano Ronaldo failed his magic. So much to blame to the ball for their failures.

Eventually, in all world cup games have one thing for sure for people to mock—the resistance of FIFA in allowing technology to enter the pitch which I find it very amusing. The explanation thrown from this organization is; the third world countries do not have the facilities of such technology to make it available. For crying out loud, other top games in the world such as golf, tennis, as well as Olympic Games allow the technology but why on earth the greatest tournament in the world is forbidden from using the technology. Come on you old stupid half-bald Sepp Blater! You live in a wrong age. Yes, I am bit disappointed with the referees and linesmen. They are the ultimate decision makers on the pitch and none can ever tremble that role. Nonetheless, to make referee is out from variables of the game play, they must be helped with technologies. Seriously, I pity Frank Lampard and his rusty team for that disallowed goal. Perhaps the honest answer from Sepp Blater would most probably; SHIT DOES HAPPEN!!

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