Premier League club say 'we’re proud of sexy dance troupe' as snowflakes demand action

A PREMIER League football club last night stuck two fingers up to snowflakes who demanded they ditch their cheerleaders.


Posted Friday, February 02, 2018 by Dailystar.co.uk

Premier League club say 'we’re proud of sexy dance troupe' as snowflakes demand action
STAYING PUT: Crystal Palace chiefs have taken a stand, vowing to keep their treasured asset

The killjoys have already taken the scalps of Formula 1 grid girls and darts walk-on girls this week.

And they had hoped to force Crystal Palace chiefs into dropping their beloved Crystal Girls cheerleading squad.

They are the only troupe in the top-flight and wow supporters home and away with their on-pitch routines.

And the club yesterday took a stand against the nonsense, vowing to keep their treasured asset.

Premier League club say 'we’re proud of sexy dance troupe' as snowflakes demand action
PALACE: The Crystal Girls are the only troupe in the top-flight

A Palace spokeswoman told the Daily Star: “We are proud of our association with them.”

The Crystals were brought in by chairman Steve Parish when he bought the club in 2010.

As well as performing on the pitch, they have had millions of views online for their sexy YouTube videos dancing to pop hits in bikinis.

But the PC brigade took offence to the act as their feminist crusade threatens to spiral out of control.

Premier League club say 'we’re proud of sexy dance troupe' as snowflakes demand action
AXED: Furious grid girl's have tweeted their anger at being axed

One wrote on social media: “Should not Palace rethink the Crystals lovely young ladies but in the current climate it looks out of date.”

The club spokeswoman said the dance squad “raises substantial amounts of money for good causes”.

She said the club has not had a single official complaint about them.

Premier League club say 'we’re proud of sexy dance troupe' as snowflakes demand action
SACKED: The ladies have taken to Twitter for support

Meanwhile, furious grid girls have launched a campaign to force F1 bosses to overturn the decision to axe them.

The sacked ladies are calling for support on Twitter to #SaveOurGirls.



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