2010 French Team arrive in Knysna!

We were up at 5am, along with a thousand or so other soccer fans, to welcome the French Team to Knysna. We stood in the cold for two hours for a three second glimpse of the speeding French bus. Was is worth it? Hell, yeah!


A lot of people got up before sunrise on a Saturday to welcome the French players.


The symbol of African supporters, Vuvuzela's are going to make this the most festive, and noisiest, cup ever.

The Sedgefield contingent!

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2 Responses to “2010 French Team arrive in Knysna!”


  1. 1 shoreacres June 6, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    What wonderful photos! That looks pretty lively for 5:30 a.m. – and I still get surprised at our opposite seasons.

    If I were the French, I’d be counting myself lucky just to be staying in such a beautiful place for six weeks. Win some games, sure – but what an experience whatever happens.

    Who knows – I may watch a soccer game before it’s all over!

    • 2 Jeannine June 7, 2010 at 6:07 am

      Hi Linda! Knysna was such a popular choice that we are hosting two teams – we have the Danish as well!

      The World Cup is more than sport, more than soccer – it’s operatic drama. There are always incidents over which people speculate for months. The most famous player in the world head-butting an opponent for insulting his sister, ref’s making suspect decisions, own goals. . . always something.

      The players are prima donnas and there is always some kind of scandal. A lot of them are exceptionally good looking, the Italian team especially. Vain too!

      Bafana don’t have a hope of winning, they’ll probably get knocked out in the first round. But, you never know, we always hope for a miracle. . .


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