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Western Sydney face red card for sex banner

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Sydney (AFP) – Football Federation Australia has demanded an explanation from Western Sydney Wanderers over an “offensive” banner unfurled at the weekend’s fierce derby showing a rival coach engaging in a sex act.

The FFA issued a show-cause notice on Wanderers, foreshadowing a likely hefty fine, ahead of the Sydney club’s Asian Champions League opener against Urawa Red Diamonds on Tuesday.

Western Sydney face red card for sex banner

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Sydney (AFP) – Football Federation Australia has demanded an explanation from Western Sydney Wanderers over an “offensive” banner unfurled at the weekend’s fierce derby showing a rival coach engaging in a sex act.

The FFA issued a show-cause notice on Wanderers, foreshadowing a likely hefty fine, ahead of the Sydney club’s Asian Champions League opener against Urawa Red Diamonds on Tuesday.

Brawl bother down under

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Football Federation Australia today finds itself dealing with an altogether different headlines and an inquiry into an ugly brawl between Newcastle Jets and Wellington Phoenix at Weston, while new A-League chief Damien de Bohun might have hoped for a gentler introduction to life in his new role.

There can be no condoning the nasty exchange that cleared both benches in front of 2,000 fans but a slap on the wrist is all that is required here.

The Rest

Latest injury woe to signal the end for Arsenal and Wilshere?

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When Arsene Wenger takes the Arsenal squad off for pre-season training and a few money spinning matches against Sydney FC and Western Sydney Warriors in Australia and then Bayern Munich and Chelsea in China, he was never going to be able to take the whole Arsenal squad, as the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Hector [.

Reigning Abroad: Battle in Melbourne City

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This week in W-League action: Jess Fishlock gets a brace

Another exciting week of W-League action took place in Australia, and Seattle Reign FC players once again played a big role in their games. Here's an update on their most recent play Down Under.

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Western Sydney Wanderers (Kendall Fletcher, Paige Nielsen) v.

Air Shot: Ridiculous William Gallas Defensive Howler Allows Western Sydney To Score Simple Tap-In (Video & GIF)

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By Chris Wright

In which Perth Glory centre-half William Gallas (yes, that William Gallas) posts his submission for the 2014 A-League blooper reel with a textbook, laughably clumsy 'air shot' against Western Sydney which allowed Wanderers striker Tomi Juric in to score his side's second goal in a 2-0 victory.

Western Sydney 0 Melbourne 2: Getting it done

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I know I've said it a few times now, along with everyone in the media, but it's true. The sign of a good team is one that can grind out results and get it done against the odds. Melbourne Victory are now one of those teams and you only need to look at last night's

Wanderers Preview

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Good afternoon Victory fans. These match previews are getting later and later every week, aren't they? Well, a little history will be made tonight as we make our first trip to Parramatta Stadium for our first ever match against Western Sydney. There's been speculation all week about whether or not Gui Finkler will be fit

Preview: Wellington - W. Sydney

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Wellington Phoenix has a golden chance to move up in the A-League standings when they host Western Sydney Wanders on Saturday at Westpac Stadium.

Western Sydney Wanderers FC: Australia's newest, oldest club?

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By James Pennington

A sense of history is always relative, and in Australian sport any team, venue or personality that has been around for more than a couple of decades is venerated as a hallowed asset to society. Australia played a rugby international against Wales at the Sydney Football Stadium in mid-June, a venue that had not seen international competition featuring the Wallabies since 1998.