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A season low 40,406 fans made their way through the turnstiles for five matches, down from 59,255 in Round 8 and almost 2,500 less than round five when only four games were played.
Sydney FC, Wellington Phoenix, Western Sydney Wanderers, Adelaide United and Central Coast Mariners all hosted fixtures, and 17,494 fewer fans went through the gates based on their previous home matches.
The Mariners fared the worst with just over 4,500 turning up for the Women Air Jordan US8 clash with Melbourne City, the second-lowest attendance in the club’s history.
Sydney FC’s ‘The Cove’ joined the boycott with under 10,000 fans heading to Allianz Stadium to see the Sky Blues’ 1-0 win over Newcastle.
Club CEO Tony Pignata admitted the players were put off by the lack of their most vocal supporters.
“We really missed them, and speaking to some of the players they felt that as well,” Pignata said.If Sydney FC players felt the silence then it must have been positively eerie for those in the red and Retro Air jodan 4 for women black of Western Sydney.
So often a cacophony of drums, chants and colour, Pirtek Stadium’s North Terrace was empty for the Wanderers’ dramatic 2-1 win over Brisbane in front of just 9,680 fans, almost 5,000 fewer than their previous home Retro Air Jordan 13 For women game against the Phoenix two weeks earlier.
“They (fans) have their grievance (but) we want them back as soon as possible. I’d love to see them behind the goals, filled to capacity, against the Victory next week,” Wanderers boss Tony Popovic said.
Supporters initially staged walk-outs in Round 8 following the FFA’s inaction Women Retro Air Jordan over a NewsCorp report that named and shamed 198 banned supporters.
They were further angered by the lack of a transparent policy whereby fans could dispute match bans handed down by the FFA and a subsequent press conference by CEO David Gallop who urged fans to “use your energy from now Women Air jordan US7 on in a positive way.”
Gallop has since apologised and said there would be a new process for contesting bans in place by February