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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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Arsenal chief Edu must make one more signing after Martin Odegaard despite Southampton win

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Arsenal need to have a busy end to the January transfer window.

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta hits back after Emile Smith Rowe injury question raised

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta came out fighting after the Gunners’ victory over Southampton.

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EPL news 2021, Thomas Tuchel new Chelsea manager, head coach, Frank Lampard sacked, latest, contract, transfers, rumours, gossip

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Thomas Tuchel is a man who has worn many masks. From a professional footballer, who saw his career ended early after a knee injury, to an economic graduate, to a barman, to a Bundesliga manager, a model and most recently a Champions League finalist.

The no carbohydrate-eating vegan, with a passion for dark knitwear and Britpop isn’t your archetypal candidate for a top Premier League job.

Yet now he wears the mask of Chelsea’s new head coach, following the sacking of club legend Frank Lampard on Monday evening (AEDT).

Tuchel was confirmed by the club on Wednesday morning (AEDT) after being sacked by Paris Saint-Germain on Christmas Eve, just months after taking the club to its first Champions League final.

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