Stoke City football club has dropped its latest signing after supporters showed it the red card saying it was sexist.
The "Golden Goal Girl" was greeted by a chorus of wolf whistles as she walked around the pitch holding up a board showing the time a goal was scored.
Supporters buy a scratch card and if the time on the ticket matches the time a goal is scored, they win a prize.
But the club received complaints and has stopped using the girl.
The golden goal girl herself, 19-year-old Charlotte Marsh from Longton, says she cannot understand what the fuss is about.
She said: "I think it's very pathetic. I only go around the ground for about five minutes.
"It is just letting the fans who have bought a ticket basically know whether they have won or not straightaway. I really do think it is pathetic."
A club spokesman said they will be asking supporters for their opinions.