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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Calls for WSW sponsors to act as RBB continues to display anti-gay banner

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The Red and Black Bloc fans displayed an anti-gay banner during the Sydney derby in February.

Western Sydney Wanderers supporter group the Red and Black Bloc continues to defy requests to remove images from their social media accounts of the anti-gay banner unfurled during February's Sydney derby.

The banner, which displayed Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold engaging in a sex act, drew widespread condemnation at the time, and led the Wanderers to ban 14 members of their...

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Wanderers star Mitch Nichols charged with cocaine possession - report

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Mitch Nichols, 28, is due to leave the Western Sydney Wanderers at the end of the month.

Police have charged Western Sydney Wanderers midfielder Mitch Nichols for the possession of an illicit substance, believed to be cocaine, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The 28-year-old, whose contract expires with the Wanderers at the end of this month, was allegedly stopped by police during a random drug sweep at Sydney's Casablanca nightclub on Saturday.

The paper says that...

Western Sydney Wanderers axe eight players in postseason purge

Jaushua Sotirio's goal in the 89th minute secured a late 3-2 win for Western Sydney over Shanghai SIPG.

Western Sydney coach Tony Popovic has axed eight players in his annual purge but will do everything in his power to ensure on-loan stars Nico Martinez and Terry Antonis return next season.

The Wanderers announced on Thursday the departures of captain Dimas Delgado, vice-captain Mitch Nichols, Perth Glory-bound Scott Neville, Uruguayan midfielder Bruno Pinatares, veteran attacker Ryan Griffiths and young trio Liam Youlley, Stefan Zinni and Emilio Martinez.

They join Mario Shabow, who has signed for...

Muang Thong second in ACL group after losing to Kashima Antlers

Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill break down Guangzhou's aggregate win over Suwon and Jiangsu's triumph over Adelaide United in the AFC Champions League.
Ricardo Goulart rounded off a fine move to equalise for Guangzhou in their AFC CL clash with Suwon Bluewings.

Yuma Suzuki scored twice to seal top spot in Group E of the AFC Champions League (ACL) on Wednesday evening as Japan's Kashima Antlers defeated Muang Thong United 2-1 to leave the Thai giants in second place in the standings.

Totchtawan Sripan's side will now play Japan's Kawasaki Frontale in the Round of 16. Kashima, who won the group ahead of Muang Thong, will take on Guangzhou Evergrande in a mouthwatering clash later this month.

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Suzuki gave Antlers the lead after just 18 minutes when he rolled...