Unity, not RBB anarchy
While the A-League needs all the fanfare it can get at the moment (maybe that says something about the football), should the anti-establishment RBB really have more power? Before it’s considered, surely there needs to be some sort of unity between the RBB and the governing body.
Until they stop turning up at matches with “F*** FFA” on shirts and banners, then crying poor, I don’t think they need any more freedom of expression.
I’M all for shows of passion from fans at sporting events but when the A-League’s most vocal group is also the most anarchic, it’s hard to feel sympathy for them.
This week our resident A-League expert Zenon Caravella was supportive of the notion of the FFA looking at allowing flares at football matches and giving Western Sydney Wanderers’ Red & Black Bloc (RBB) some leeway to create atmosphere at games.