Saturday, June 15, 2013

By the way, who is that Pixbo?


It is a great thing to go onto an Asian Tour and spread missionary words and actions about Floorball, even if most communications mainly come out in Swedish.... Thank you for that Pixbo and it is probably a big investment too...

Floorballcentral has earlier said that we do not like when Goliath goes to beat up David with 25-1 and similar ridiculous numbers. That is to us not sport, that to us - destroy more than it build... and there is also ways to behave as you are a guest.
Well, other people might think this is a good sporting feature - we think it is way past below any good sportmanship...

It is probably therefore good that Pixbo does not use too much communication on twitter either -
This is their official account - numbers per Jun 15 2013 - right after the Bali tourney.

During June 2013 (today's date is June 15) Pixbowallenstam send one single tweet -  this remarkable day occurred - June 4th and it looked like this...


Följ Pixbos dam och herrlag på turné i Asien på Instagram.


Yes, a very International approach there right..?

If Pixbo took one single flight ticket to Asia and instead invested that into twitter operations? Hmm

Floorballcentral thinks it is utterly important that we promote Floorball - if we want to come closer to the Olympic dream.. Social media is crucial. Pixbo score an "F" on Twitter as we rate them here and now.

OK = We suggest:
Next year send instead a team that knows how to work their social media - we Suggest Happee.
Have their players tweeting in a coordinated way and yes do it in English..

And for heavens sake send em' on a tour to North America instead ;-)

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update.
here is good coverage from Singapore http://www.singaporesports.sg/news/z1-floorball-showdown-pixbo-claim-victory.aspx

oh that is the point of this post - the coverage came from Singapore in English - not the other team ;-)


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To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

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