The Wanderers defeated a visiting Adelaide United on Friday night. As the Red and Black Block (RBB) farewelled one of the men who started it all.
The match started very slowly for both the fans in the stands and the players on the pitch. It took a "who do we sing for" on the 30th minute to be sure the match was still on.
The story of the second half was far different as Adelaide scored quickly sparking the Wanderers and RBB into an increased effort.
At last there was a spark for the home fans as Tomi Juric equalised for the red and black.
This served to increase the noise inside the ground, as all 16,000 pushed for a winner.
Being inside the RBB you really understand how loud they actually are. It is evident that this club means so much. They will do whatever they can to help their players, often sacrificing their voices or even seeing the match for the good of the team.
They were rewarded as Juric put the Wanderers ahead with 10 minutes to go.
From here on in the whole crowd seemed to become active support areas. The fans united and sung relentlessly for their team, who ran out 2-1 victors.
The RBB say goodbye to their inaugural leader 'Boris', as the Adelaide match marked the final game for the Wanderers 'Capo.'
He was awarded a jersey by captain Michael Beauchamp and brought onto the pitch to celebrate the victory with the players.
The Wanderers now travel outside of NSW for the first time this season to face Harry Kewell's Melbourne Heart.