FFA issue statement on Bonevacia incident
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has been made aware of an incident involving a spectator at Coopers Stadium and Western Sydney Wanderers FC footballer, Roly Bonevacia, on Wednesday evening.
FFA is working closely with Adelaide United, Western Sydney Wanderers FC and Adelaide Venue Management to gain a complete understanding of what has occurred.
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FFA condemns any form of racist or non-inclusive remarks and will not tolerate it at any time.
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