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Wanderers ban fans, threaten to shut down RBB zone

Supporter ban: A cropped section of the offending banner.

Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club have today suspended the membership of 14 individuals from the Red & Black Bloc (RBB) active supporter group following their role in the display of an unauthorised banner at the match on Saturday night at ANZ Stadium.

Belgrade lose home games in wake of racist chants

Targeted: Partizan Belgrade's Brazilian player Everton Luiz leaves the field at the weekend.

BELGRADE, Feb 20 Reuters - Rad Belgrade have been ordered not to play first division matches in their home stadium until Serbian soccer authorities rule over the racial insults directed there at opposition player Everton Luiz.

Union's plan to grow women's soccer

Back-to-back: W-League champions Melbourne City.

Women's soccer is set to receive a major boost on Tuesday when the players' union releases a roadmap that envisages the top sixty players in the competition being paid a minimum of $60,000 a year.

Non-league team shock EPL side to make FA Cup history

History made: The Lincoln City team celebrate their win against Burnley.

Lincoln City became the first non-league team to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals in more than a century by beating Premier League side Burnley 1-0 with an 89th- minute goal, while third-tier Millwall eliminated Leicester and Huddersfield forced a replay with Manchester City.