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RAY Hadley has unleashed an epic spray at the Red and Black Bloc’s “vile” attitude towards football and demanded the FFA takes severe action to protect the game.

The Sydney radio personality squared up at a small group of unruly fans from within the RBB, the Wanderers’ headline-grabbing supporter group, after they let off flares, scuffled with police and wore ‘FCK FFA’ T-shirts.

The latest fracas occurred during last weekend’s Sydney derby, where one fan was also pictured holding a banner directed at police which read ‘1312’ — code for “all cops are bastards”.

A small group of RBB fans take aim at the FFA and the police during the Sydney derby.
A small group of RBB fans take aim at the FFA and the police during the Sydney derby.Source: AAP
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Their behaviour prompted the Wanderers to shut down the “active area” usually reserved for the RBB at their next home game, but foxsports.com.au understands there are no restrictions to prevent RBB supporters from buying a batch of tickets in regular areas of the stadium.

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