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Carlton cheer squad’s extremely heartfelt apology for cheeky tweet

VIA THE RUMOUR FILE

A member of the Carlton cheer squad has been censured for a social media “pot shot” at a rival club.

The tweet was a cheeky mock after Melbourne was knocked out of finals content.

“That’s Karma for the Hogan cheap shot on Rowe and Lewis cheap shot on Cripps,” it read.

“Suck s—. Love from all Carlton fans.”

The “cheap shots” are referring to hits that saw Lewis and Hogan suspended in a spiteful Round 2 clash that the Demons eventually won.

The tweet was later deleted, and replaced by a very sincere apology.

“We love banter … but we don’t condone pot shots,” the statement read.

But Ross and John reckon it’s all a bit of fun.

FULL CHEER SQUAD STATEMENT

A few hours ago a tweet was published in poor taste aimed at the Melbourne Football club.
We love banter and rivalry as much as anyone else, but we don’t condone pot shots.
The admin responsible has since been made fully aware of the values that the Carlton Cheersquad seek to uphold, as this tweet in no way reflects the respect we have for Melbourne, and especially their professional and passionate Cheersquad.
The tweet has since been deleted and action will be taken to ensure that no such behaviour will ever again be allowed to occur on the official platform representing the Carlton Cheersquad.
To everyone hurt by this insensitive tweet, please accept our sincere and unreserved apologies.

– Carlton Cheersquad Leadership.

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