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THE Western Sydney Wanderers have handed their controversial supporters group, the Red and Black Bloc, a ban after they released flares and engaged in clashes with NSW Police during the Sydney derby.

But despite barring the RBB from the ‘active area’ — a cordoned-off section reserved for the vocal Wanderers contingent — the club admits there is nothing stopping members from purchasing a block of seats in regular stadium areas.

The club sent a letter to members indicating the closing of their Active Support Area for their upcoming home game against Perth Glory on Sunday 4 March.

“Pursuant to the activities in the Active Support Area at Allianz Stadium last Sunday and in accordance with the letter to members issued on 12 July 2017, the Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club has resolved to close down the Active Support Area for the upcoming home match this weekend against Perth Glory,” the letter read.

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RBB Wanderers fansSource: AAP



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