Oh Russia, how you entertain thee.
Each year, the Russian Premier League holds a Miss Premier League contest, in which each Premier League team chooses from a group a female fans and submits a winner to compete for the Miss Premier League crown. This year, every Russian Premier League team, aside from Chechen club Terek Grozny, submitted a contestant to the annual pageant.
Fans also select a Vice Miss Premier League, Second Vice Miss Premier League, Miss Friendship, Miss Elegance, Miss Charm, Miss Audience Choice, Miss Artistry, Miss Excitement, Miss Photo(genic), Miss Virage (thank Google Translate for this; I have no idea what it means), Miss Grace, Miss Fitness, and a Miss Fair Play.
The 2015 Miss Premier League title went to Anzhi Makhachkala’s Dzhumandykova Yulduz, who was actually Second Vice Miss Premier League in 2012. Here is Yulduz and former Anzhi star Samuel Eto’o pointing at some poor stuffed animal’s asshole.
Congrats to Miss Yulduz.
The other most notable award went to CSKA Moscow’s representative Olga Kuzkova, who picked up the title of Miss Charm.
That is, until she decided to renounce her victory because it turns out, Kuzkova is a bit of a neo-Nazi, as was revealed by shots discovered on VKontakte, a Russian social network page. Shame she never revealed that information in her responses to the contest questions.
All reasonable. (These all went through Google Translate, btw.)
Wisely, she didn’t say her ideal coach is Hitler.
This final question could have been where she laid out her manifesto, but there’s nothing too inflammatory… until you get to her social media posts, where all is laid out.
Hey, now. That’s not appropriate for a Miss Charm.
Note the baby Nazi salute next to the 14/88, which is well-known white nationalist/neo-Nazi symbol.
Can neo-Nazis be adorable or no?
This is also from her social media account:
I think that last picture clears things up. Oh, wait. And then she quotes Bob Marley, because of course she does.
I can’t wait for Russia 2018.