How the world got banned from football

Flamingo’s Flamingos X Ball Sport and X Ball Softball have been banned from the sport of soccer, in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus.

In a statement released on Thursday, Flamingoes CEO and founder, Jason Flamingoi, said that he and the team were “deeply concerned” about the spread and spread of COVID-19.

He said that the sport was a “global phenomenon that has spread far beyond the borders of Flamingocs home country, Australia.”

“Our focus is on ensuring that the safety of our athletes and fans is our top priority and we are extremely proud of the achievements that the Flamingoos have achieved and are proud of our fans for supporting our teams,” he said.

Flamingo announced on Twitter that the team would be suspending its international travel and playing at home matches for the next 12 months.

The ban on the team’s domestic and international travel comes after a number of teams have been affected by the virus, including the US men’s soccer team, which will be facing CONCACAF in their final match of the tournament on Wednesday.

The Flamingoe team, with more than 1,000 members, has been playing the sport for 25 years.