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No room for fans 'interested in causing trouble' at the Wanderers - Santalab

A first-half goal to Brendon Santalab proved to be enough for the Western Sydney Wanderers to finally crack Sydney FC.
Brendon Santalab makes it clear that he wants to be in the starting XI for WSW's derby clash with Sydney.

Western Sydney striker Brendon Santalab says the A-League club doesn't want misbehaving fans at their games.

The Wanderers are again under fire over supporters' behaviour after Saturday's derby against Sydney FC, with a anti-gay banner brandished by its fans condemned by Football Federation Australia.

The banner, depicting oral sex and publicly saluted by the Wanderers' active supporter group the Red and Black Bloc, was unfurled in front of 44,843 fans.

More than a dozen arrests of attendees were...

Former Mohun Bagan keeper Shibaji Banerjee passes away

From 1977-1980, Banerjee did not concede a single goal against East Bengal.

Former Mohun Bagan goalkeeper Shibaji Banerjee passed away at his Kolkata residence on Monday after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was 68. 

Banerjee, a green-and-maroon legend, played for Bagan for 11 years and is perhaps best known for stopping a free kick taken by Pele during the 1977 exhibition match against the New York Cosmos, which ended 2-2. The lasting image from that game was a black-and-white picture of Banerjee diving to snatch the ball from Pele's feet.

Banerjee also had a...

Premier League broadcast rights delivers Optus' best sales in six years

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Optus secured the Australian broadcast rights for the Premier League for AU$180 million in 2016.

Australia's sports broadcasting revolution appears here to stay after Optus recorded a surge in sign-ups off the back of its acquisition of the Premier League rights.

The telco sent shockwaves across the Australian landscape in late 2015 with a three-year AU$180-million plus investment to secure the rights to the soccer competition.

But the release of sales figures for the second half of 2016 -- when it first transmitted the league -- suggests it was a canny decision.

News Corp reports Optus added...

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Brazilian game called off at last moment due to TV rights dispute

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Fans from Coritiba and Atletico Paranaense were left disappointed after the late postponement of their game.

A dispute over television broadcasting rights saw a match in the Brazilian Campeonato Paranaense on Sunday called off at the last moment.

The game between Atletico Paranaense and Coritiba was due to be broadcast via Facebook and YouTube after dissatisfaction with the amount that broadcaster PRC was willing to pay the clubs for the TV rights.

But referee Paulo Roberto Alves Jr was told to postpone the game just before kickoff after the competition's ruling body Federacao Paranaense de Futebol...

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Vincenzo Montella dedicates AC Milan victory to Silvio Berlusconi

Vincenzo Montella dedicated the triumph over Fiorentina to AC Milan's president and director.

AC Milan coach Vincenzo Montella says the team's 2-1 win against Fiorentina in Serie A was "a gift" to departing club president Silvio Berlusconi.

Berlusconi was at the San Siro Stadium on Sunday in what could be his final home match before the takeover of the club by Chinese investors is complete next month.

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"I don't know if it's the last game, but on behalf of the squad I dedicate this victory to president Berlusconi and the director," Montella told Mediaset Premium.  

"I can only say...

Antonio Conte issues warning to Chelsea's fringe players

Antonio Conte praises Wolves' performance against Chelsea after his side progressed in the FA Cup.

Antonio Conte has warned the fringe members of his Chelsea squad that it is not his priority to "try to make all of the players happy" as he chases an historic Premier League and FA Cup double this season.

Many of Chelsea's key starters were given a rest as Conte made seven changes for the 2-0 win over Wolves that sent the Blues into the FA Cup quarterfinals on Saturday, but Diego Costa and Eden Hazard were still preferred to £33 million summer signing Michy Batshuayi and academy prospect Ruben...