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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Brisbane 7 9 5 30
6 Western Sydn 5 9 7 24
7 Wellington P 6 4 11 22
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Perth Glory beat Western Sydney to move up to third

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Perth Glory climbed up to third after a hard- fought 2-0 win over Western Sydney Wanderers at nib Stadium on Saturday night.

Chris Harold scored his second goal of the season -- courtesy of a deflection off Wanderers defender Robert Cornthwaite -- on the cusp on half-time before substitute Joel Chianese sealed the result in the 94th minute.

The gutsy win extended Glory's unbeaten streak to four matches, lifting the club ahead of both Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar with six rounds to play before...

Tony Popovic hails Western Sydney and FFA response to offensive banner

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts look ahead to all the match-ups in Week 21 of the Hyundai A-League.

Tony Popovic has broken his silence on the offensive Sydney derby banner, welcoming the "fantastic" response from Western Sydney Wanderers and Football Federation Australia and emphasising anti-social behaviour must be eradicated.

The Wanderers on Thursday were fined $20,000 over the sign held aloft by active fans depicting Sydney FC manager Graham Arnold engaging in a sex act.

FFA's decision not to dock the A-League club competition points followed the Wanderers' belated yet hardline pledge to...

FFA fines Western Sydney Wanderers $20k for bringing game into disrepute

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

Western Sydney have been fined $20,000 after being found guilty by Football Federation Australia of bringing the game into disrepute after Wanderers fans had displayed an offensive banner during a match against Sydney FC.

The anti-gay banner depicted Sydney FC manager Graham Arnold engaging in a sex act.

The FFA could have activated a suspended points penalty on the Wanderers, but decided instead to impose the fine.

"The actions of the Western Sydney Wanderers spectators responsible for displaying...

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...

WSW needs to 'move on quickly' from Champions League drubbing - Popovic

Japan's Urawa Reds claimed a 4-0 away victory at the Western Sydney Wanderers in Group E of the AFC Champions League.

Tony Popovic has urged his Western Sydney players for "move on quickly" after their Asian Champions League campaign got off to the worst possible start in Campbelltown.

Tuesday night's 4-0 opening-game hammering by Japanese giants Urawa Red Diamonds leaves the Wanderers last in arguably the toughest of the eight groups, and already on an unenviable goal difference.

The Reds top Group F while cashed-up Chinese heavyweights Shanghai SIPG sit second after beating reigning K-League champions FC Seoul...