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Tottenham have become the first Premier League club to ban vuvuzelas from their ground on match days.

“We are concerned that the presence of the instruments within the stadium pose unnecessary risks and could impact on the ability of all supporters to hear any emergency safety announcements,” read the statement on the club’s official website.

“We are very proud of the fantastic atmosphere that our supporters produce organically at White Hart Lane and we are all very much looking forward to this continuing into the forthcoming season.”

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  1. Don't think the Lane needs the vuvus- the atmosphere has been great lately & I think the character/aura of the Lane should be developed organically. Let us cheer our guys the british way- with some grit & passion.

  2. I agree with the ban they spoiled the World Cup for me and a lot of fans well done Spurs Jamie Carragher has bought is kids two home with him that was just has bad has is performance for England .

  3. I hear they are mandatory at the Emirates as a horrible, whining tuneless noise is far better than the normal match day atmosphere. So happy they are banned though, awful implements.

  4. I’m a bit embarrassed that Spurs have seen fit to ban something that hasn’t yet even been seen or heard at their ground. It is clearly a direct attempt to find fault with what was the best World Cup tournament so far – though not for much-hyoed England, unfortunately, who were treated as doormats by those German youngsters. Long before the tournament began the English and their press tried hard to paint the World Cup in SA as a big FIFA mistake, and now this insulting, childish reaction after it turned out to be a resounding success. Sad, guys, really very sad.

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