The famous vuvuzelas from the World Cup 2010 in South Africa
Romania’s Professional Football League (LPF) boss Dumitru Dragomir said
today (Tues) that all vuvuzelas will be banned at Romanian stadiums for
the championships on 23 July.
And anyone caught bringing a vuvuzela to a League I match will be denied access to the stadium, the LPF president added.
"There will be no vuvuzelas at a League I championship! Who liked what happened at the World Cup?" Dragomir said.
Please feel free to comment on this subject. Do you think what he did was right? or wrong?
Personally I think he did well to ban them as Romania isn't of the same culture as South Africa, and anyway those things were extremely noisy and irritating to other fans as well as the players not used to such things.
Hey guys, I know I haven't posted for a long time, but I'm back. I will cover a lot as we approach the new Liga I season, a lot has happened this summer. Spain has won the World Cup with a 1-0 win over the unlucky Dutch, many transfers and rumours have been made (Fabregas to Barca, Henry to NY Red Bulls, etc), and soon Romania will be playing in the Euro Cup 2012 Qualification Groups. Steaua and CFR Cluj seem to have very strong teams this year and I think they will do some damage in the continental cups.
Friendlies so far:
Steaua beat Olympiakos 1-0
U Craiova beat Fleetwood Town 3-0 and an Austrian second division club 14-0
CFR defeated Anderlecht by a score that I do not fully recall
BACK ON TOPIC:
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Former Italian international, Walter Zenga, said the South Africa World
Cup would have been much more beautiful with Romania playing, it was
reported today (Thurs).
Zenga was quoted making the remarks at
the Football Academy in Mogosoaia, saying: "It would have been more
beautiful with Romania playing at the World Cup. I am sorry it didn't
qualify, but I trust Razvan Lucescu will qualify the team for the Euro
Romania failed to qualify for the 2010 World Cup, in
Group 7, where it played against France, Serbia, Austria and the Faroes
Zenga trained in Romania in the League I teams: FC
National, Steaua Bucharest and Dinamo Bucharest. He is also married to
a Romanian, Raluca, and they have a baby girl.
He is currently coach of Al Nasr, in Saudi Arabia.