Ian Holloway shows off some dance moves after Crystal Palace's playoff semifinal victory

Shaun Botterill

In case you were wondering if Crystal Palace head coach Ian Holloway could dance, we finally have an answer. As to whether or not he dances well, that's up for debate.

What better way to start you day that a video of Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway executing some killer dance moves in the team's locker room after their Championship playoff semifinal victory.

The good folks over at Dirty Tackle found just that video and we're all better off for it.

Just a head's up, there's some NSFW language in the video.

While there are plenty of reasons to root for and against Crystal Palace defeating Watford in the playoff final to earn promotion to the Premier League, there's no doubt that if you're supporting based on dancing alone, I think you have to be on Palace's side.

I think there's an additional opportunity here for Holloway to become a worldwide star based on his dancing skills. If you remember the video for Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice" where Christoper Walken was dancing around, you probably know what I'm hinting at. Daft Punk has a new album coming out, surely they should call Holloway to do a cameo or starring role.

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