Clarence Seedorf tests the Jabulani ball

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England coach Fabio Capello believes the Jabulani World Cup ball, named after the Zulu words "to celebrate", is the worst he has ever seen and he is not alone.

Nigeria's Dickson Etuhu calls it "the worst ball ever", Serbia's Nemanja Vidic says it is "hard to control", Algeria's Majid Bougherra insists it is "horrible" while Slovenia's Robert Koren believes it is "really difficult".

The BBC's Damian Johnson joined Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf as he put the ball to the test.

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