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FOX Sports’ Simon Hill has called for football’s powerbrokers to take a hardline stance against any supporters who are intent on breaking the law.

Hill said disruptive fans left the Western Sydney Wanderers with no choice but to shut down the ‘active’ area reserved for the Red and Black Bloc for this week’s match against Perth.

But the commentator wants to see the game take a step further and “exclude” repeat offenders from football completely.

The commentator questioned why supporters continually insist on breaking the law, and suggested that the issue shapes as a societal issue rather than a footballing one.

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“You can’t take the law into your own hands so the Wanderers have done probably the only thing that was available to them,” Hill told Fox Sports News on Tuesday.

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