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View OneMax's Profile OneMax Flag Maidstone 28 Jan 18 9.00pm Send a Private Message to OneMax Add OneMax as a friend

While I am sure they are all nice young ladies are they not as out dated as Debbie Does . In 2018 this is not the way we should be promoting our club. What do you think particuly women.

 

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View hastingseagle67's Profile hastingseagle67 Flag 28 Jan 18 9.08pm Send a Private Message to hastingseagle67 Add hastingseagle67 as a friend

I think they are a group of young ladies who love dancing and have been given the chance to regularly perform in front of twenty five thousand people. Not many performers get that chance.

 


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View martin2412's Profile martin2412 Flag Living The Dream 28 Jan 18 9.11pm Send a Private Message to martin2412 Add martin2412 as a friend

Yeah, I don't like the way they're marched in at gun point and told to perform for all the dirty old men.

 

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View Gyro1780's Profile Gyro1780 Flag Leatherhead, Surrey 28 Jan 18 9.20pm Send a Private Message to Gyro1780 Add Gyro1780 as a friend

Originally posted by hastingseagle67

I think they are a group of young ladies who love dancing and have been given the chance to regularly perform in front of twenty five thousand people. Not many performers get that chance.


Exactly !! If they enjoy what they do where's the problem?


 

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View boo909's Profile boo909 Flag Figeac 28 Jan 18 9.29pm Send a Private Message to boo909 Add boo909 as a friend

They're cheerleaders, NFL and basketball has them so why can't we? I think we're the only football team in england to have them, just googled to check that and I love this quote from the Telegraph - "The Crystals are free to go home once they have completed their half-time cameo." Haha. It's all part of our unique atmosphere I think. People will be complaining about Kayla next.

 


Bangell - If Camus wrote The Myth of Sisyphus today, it would be about Jason Puncheon eternally trying and failing to pass with his right foot.

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Yawn

 


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View hastingseagle67's Profile hastingseagle67 Flag 28 Jan 18 9.33pm Send a Private Message to hastingseagle67 Add hastingseagle67 as a friend

A thread starts up on this subject every couple of years. The girls design their own costumes and make up their own routines. Everybody primarily goes to Selhurst to watch the football. I have no doubt that a few people have some weird thoughts when the girls are dancing, but equally there are probably a few people who have the same thoughts about the players. I think the girls and players can live with it.

 


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View woahwoahwoah's Profile woahwoahwoah Flag 28 Jan 18 9.34pm Send a Private Message to woahwoahwoah Add woahwoahwoah as a friend

It's the Operation Yewtree geezers who wave to them at half time.

 

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View JRW2's Profile JRW2 Flag Dulwich 28 Jan 18 9.43pm Send a Private Message to JRW2 Add JRW2 as a friend

At least they're a big improvement on the girls - was it twenty years ago? - who used to do not much, and then finished what ever they were doing or not doing by standing on each other's shoulders to form a pyramid - normally in front of the Arthur, if my memory serves me right.

Decades before that, of course, we had the Dollies, who on the day we reached the top division for the first time in our history presented the players with bouquets of flowers. Don't think that would go down very well now. Not sure it did at the time.

 

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View derby eagle's Profile derby eagle Flag Derby 28 Jan 18 9.46pm Send a Private Message to derby eagle Add derby eagle as a friend

The darts have abandoned the use of walk-on girls, so cheerleaders, as the embodiment of decadence and debauchery, should be next.

I for one look forward to a puritanical life with no naked flesh or any form of filth.

Not!!!!

 

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View MrCParrot's Profile MrCParrot Flag Taunton 28 Jan 18 9.58pm Send a Private Message to MrCParrot Add MrCParrot as a friend

Cheerleading is pretty much a sport thesedays. Its hard work to get into shape for it.

I don't have a problem with them doing their thing and promoting the club, its a world apart from walk ons at the darts or "grid girls" at F1.

Parrot

 


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View boo909's Profile boo909 Flag Figeac 28 Jan 18 10.17pm Send a Private Message to boo909 Add boo909 as a friend

Originally posted by derby eagle

The darts have abandoned the use of walk-on girls, so cheerleaders, as the embodiment of decadence and debauchery, should be next.

I for one look forward to a puritanical life with no naked flesh or any form of filth.

Not!!!!


Hear hear and all sexual relations should henceforth be performed fully clothed with the participants standing at least ten feet apart (all relevant bodily fluids can be carried between partners by an accredited government official).

 


Bangell - If Camus wrote The Myth of Sisyphus today, it would be about Jason Puncheon eternally trying and failing to pass with his right foot.

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