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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Europa League round of 16 draw: when is it and at what time?

The draw is due to take place from around 12.00 GMT, 7 a.m. ET on Friday, Feb. 24.

The first legs will take place on March 9, with the return ties seven days later.

The draw for the quarterfinals will take place on Friday, March 17.

There is no longer any country protection, teams from the same league can now be drawn against each other.

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Brisbane Roar youngsters underline urgent need for A-League expansion

Brisbane Roar and Muangthong United have fought out a goalless draw to open their Asian Champions League campaigns.

The emergence of the Brisbane Roar's generation next has further underlined the pressing need for A-League expansion, coach John Aloisi says.

A spate of injuries and heavy legs forced Aloisi to turn to his younger players in Tuesday night's AFC Champions League clash against Muangthong United, and they didn't disappoint.

Rookie defender Cameron Crestani was outstanding in his senior starting debut, 18-year-old striker Nick D'Agostino was desperately unlucky not to bag his first goal in the senior...

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...

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...

 By Tom Marshall

Ferretti wants improved Liga MX security after Veracruz violence

The FC crew reacts to the violence at the Tigres v Veracruz match, and the issue it raises for security around the league.

Tigres coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti has called for increased security at Liga MX games in the wake of the violence on the final whistle of his team's 3-0 victory over Veracruz in Estadio Luis "Pirata" Fuente last Friday.

The violence erupted after Tigres netted three second-half goals, with video footage showing one fan wielding an ice pick. Mexico international Jesus Duenas had his hand sliced open in the mayhem.

"A lot of times we cover up the well after a child has drowned," said Ferretti...

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...