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FFA fine WSW's Scott Neville for rude gesture towards Adelaide fans

Western Sydney Wanderers aren't getting bogged down by the fact they've won just once so far this season.
Western Sydney Wanderers' Scott Neville
Scott Neville was at wars with the Sydney FC players throughout the match.

Western Sydney Wanderers defender Scott Neville has been slapped with a $1,000 fine for making an offensive gesture towards Adelaide United fans after their round two A-League victory.

Neville was seen showing his middle finger to a group of Reds supporters at Coopers Stadium following Brendon Santalab's stoppage-time winner.

He also appeared to yell something in the direction of the crowd.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) found the 27-year-old full-back's behaviour breached the organisation's...

Spanish midfielder Dimas to take over Western Sydney Wanderers' captaincy

Brendon Santalab has continued his stellar form, but insists that head coach Tony Popovic wants more goals from him.

Dimas is set to be unveiled as the Western Sydney Wanderers' third A-League captain and the first foreign player to take on the role.

It's understood the Spanish midfielder, who has been wearing the armband temporarily, will permanently fill the vacancy left by recently departed skipper Nikolai Topor-Stanley.

Dimas led the Wanderers in both their first- and second-round matches against Sydney FC and Adelaide United while Topor-Stanley was suspended and then in Dubai sealing his transfer to UAE...

Western Sydney Wanderers' Nicolas Martinez set for first A-League start

Mariners keeper Ivan Necevski will draw on nine years of experience with Sydney when Central Coast head to Allianz Stadium.

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Tony Popovic has hinted at a first A-League start for marque player Nicolas Martinez in Friday's grand final rematch against Adelaide United.

Popovic was impressed with Martinez' 30-minute stint off the bench in round one, despite the Argentine midfielder flaming out late.

"In the last 10 minutes, he probably found it a bit tough physically with the lack of training and game time he's had," Popovic said.

"But for that 15-20 minute period when he first came on, you...