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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Sydney FC 14 5 1 47
2 Melbourne V 12 3 5 39
3 Melbourne C 8 6 6 30
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Western Sydney hand out 18-month suspension to 14 fans for lewd banner

Western Sydney Wanderers supporters
The Red and Black Bloc fans displayed an anti-gay banner during the Sydney derby on Saturday.

Western Sydney have punished those responsible for the offensive banner displayed during Saturday's A-League derby, moving to ban 14 members of their active supporter group and threatening to shut down the entire Red and Black Bloc.

The Wanderers revealed they are in the process of issuing ban notices to a group, including key leaders of the RBB, who were caught on CCTV concealing, assembling and displaying the tifo of Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold engaging in a sex act.

The club has suspended their...

Western Sydney fans' lewd banner upsets Graham Arnold's family

A first-half goal to Brendon Santalab proved to be enough for the Western Sydney Wanderers to finally crack Sydney FC.
Graham Arnold
Graham Arnold has labelled the banner 'completely inappropriate for my children, my family.'

The lewd fan banner depicting Graham Arnold in a sex act has made the Sydney FC coach's daughters reluctant to attend any more A-League Sydney derbies.

Four days after members of the Western Sydney Wanderers' active fan base unfurled the offensive tifo during Saturday's 1-0 loss, Arnold revealed he had not received even a phone call from the Wanderers, who are facing significant punishment from Football Federation Australia (FFA) over the incident.

"I would probably have liked one by now," Arnold...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

RBB members deserve one-year bans for anti-gay tifo - Rangers FC president

WSW fans
The Wanderers and their fans may both face sanctions for the anti-gay banner displayed on Saturday.

The president of Australia's first gay soccer club, Sydney Rangers FC, has called for one-year bans for all fans involved in the display of an anti-gay banner during the Sydney Derby.

The explicit tifo, depicting a blue-faced man resembling Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold performing a sex act, was shown by Western Sydney's supporters group the Red and Black Bloc (RBB) at ANZ Stadium in the second half of WSW's 1-0 win over the Sky Blues on Saturday.

Football Federation Australia has already served...

Sydney FC promote teenage prodigy Charles Lokolingoy to first-team squad

Charles Lokolingoy
Charles Lokolingoy, 19, was last season's NPL 2 top-scorer with 27 goals in 28 games.

Sydney FC have pounced on future A-League star Charles Lokolingoy, promoting the prolific teenage striker to their first-team roster for the rest of the season.

The 19-year-old Young Socceroo, who emigrated with his family from the Democratic Republic of Congo aged 11, has been training with the squad on a scholarship contract this campaign but impressed coach Graham Arnold enough to earn a permanent spot.

Lokolingoy has enjoyed a stunning youth career with the Sky Blues, helping the team reach...

Western Sydney Wanderers face hefty sanctions for anti-gay banner

A first-half goal to Brendon Santalab proved to be enough for the Western Sydney Wanderers to finally crack Sydney FC.
Brendon Santalab makes it clear that he wants to be in the starting XI for WSW's derby clash with Sydney.

Western Sydney face hefty punishment over their fans' anti-gay Sydney derby banner, for which Sydney FC have requested a formal apology on behalf of coach Graham Arnold and his family.

As outrage mushroomed on Monday, Football Federation Australia (FFA) hit the Wanderers with a strongly worded show-cause notice in response to Saturday night's tifo, which it viewed as "offensive to any reasonable member of the public."

The explicit moving display, depicting a blue-faced man resembling Arnold performing...