Friday, November 1, 2013

What happens when... the balloon bursts?


Like, when Mr. President of the USA (now with 39 Million followers on Twitter) or at least his wife Mrs. Michelle (now with at least 5 M followers on Twitter) - or why not Mr. Arne Duncan (now with 110.000 followers on twitter)...
What happens if they start to talk Floorball on twitter? Or why not "Just-him" Beiber?
Well first the reach of the message will be immense, massive and immediate - but we already know that...

What we think about is the other side of the equation.
Who is there to RT, Favorite or Reply - from the Floorball side of things? Who is the right authority to do this with the best credibility from Floorball's side?

It is our opinion here that the IFF is doing an incredible job with many activities related to modern forms of communications. This is crucial - in particular since they are not introducing an ancient sport but a new incarnation to modern team sports. IFF's presence as an organization is utterly good - But here is also a question mark we think - the gist is - Floorball is missing a true personality at the highest level that shows MODERN digital and global leadership.
Take FIFA's President Sepp Blatter for instance -  almost 500.000 followers on Twitter.

OK, then here is what happened today on Twitter and the real news in this post.
": Ever heard of Floorball? If not and you're from B.C. you can check out "

Mr. Bal Gosal - Who is Bal Gosal? Well, it is the Canadian Sports Minister
then this...

, , way to go, I was congratulating some of your team mates earlier. Well done.

or this also from today...

, great job Taylor, good luck going forward.

Yes, we did RT this - we hope U did too? - but frozen mackerel - this is now touted at the right level in Canada so other ministers ought to get movin' too - sport ministers across the globe get your acts together - network U guys - a flashmob of sport ministers at Sochi maybe? ;-D - we here are not a minister - even if the title Floorball evangelist sounds tempting at times... goodnite' for now.

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Caution

Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
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.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!