AP Radio News:The Jabulani Controversy

8 Jun

AP Radio News| The World Cup is about to begin in South Africa. But there’s a controversy brewing. Sporting goods manufacturer ADIDAS is hitting back at  that the official World Cup ball is difficult to control and a nightmare for goal keepers. The view from Team USA defender Jonathon Spector. “It’s a bit   to the one I’m used to. I can’t say for any other balls.” ADIDAS says the ball named the Jabulani was widely tested and approved long ago. But players from Brazil and Spain have called the ball terrible and appalling.

-John Mone, Pretoria, South Africa.

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