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  1. Rough & Tough

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  2. Join WestSydneyFootball.Com and participate by registering an account.

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  3. Our Lives We Give

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  4. Stand Tall

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  5. My World

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  6. Born & Raised

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  7. Let's Go F'king Mental

    • 11 replies
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  8. Who Do We Sing For?

    • 114 replies
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    • 14,405 views
  9. He Saves To The Left!

    • 7 replies
    • 2,663 views
  10. Ono Chant

    • 23 replies
    • 3,823 views
    • 64 replies
    • 7,840 views
  11. These Colours Unite Us All

    • 178 replies
    • 14,845 views
  12. Dale Cavese

    • 154 replies
    • 13,626 views
  13. Win Or Lose

    • 86 replies
    • 10,350 views
  14. A Call To Arms

    • 86 replies
    • 15,313 views
  15. Heaven

    • 65 replies
    • 5,387 views
  16. 1, 2, 3, WEST!

    • 88 replies
    • 7,214 views
  17. Glorious

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    • 22,149 views
    • 107 replies
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  18. Lambada

    • 94 replies
    • 8,328 views
  19. Wanderers Score A Goal

    • 40 replies
    • 5,484 views
  20. Euphoria

    • 29 replies
    • 3,243 views
  21. We Unite As One

    • 7 replies
    • 4,335 views


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    • Would be great to see the FFA Cup on SBS.
    • Football, rugby hit as Foxtel sports rights budget cuts bite Football and rugby’s second-tier domestic competitions, the FFA Cup and the National Rugby Championship, are in the firing line amid the first wave of budget cuts at embattled subscription television provider Foxtel, report Georgina Robinson and Vince Rugari in The SMH. The Herald reports Rugby Australia is in negotiations to shoulder a portion of the NRC’s production costs while rights for the FFA Cup could be on-sold to another network as Fox Sports looks to reduce costs under the weight of a $417 million financial loss in 2018. Fox Sports’ waning appetite for the round-ball code is clear – it tried to wriggle out of a $5 million annual increase in its contract with FFA as part of the A-League’s expansion, and is considering selling off two of the five weekly games to a free-to-air partner. Along with the Seven and Ten networks, it is believed SBS has been involved in preliminary talks over the A-League’s free-to-air rights and may yet emerge as the cup’s saviour.
    • More fuel to the fire accusing Gallop of deliberately trying to damage the game
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