Bottom feeder Bourbon Becky has got the A league fans off side with her shaming of fans who have been banned by the FFA ( gallop) and is receiving threats of violence and death threats www.abc.com.au Football Federation Australia has called for an end to "physical threats and death threats" directed at journalist Rebecca Wilson ahead of a planned walk out from A-League fans due to perceived poor treatment. After a News Corp article named 198 people currently banned from A-League matches, the fan response has been heated, with Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers supporters planning a walk-out protest. But the FFA, who earlier on Wednesday stood by its efforts to eradicate "anti-social" behaviour at A-League games, highlighted the threats made towards Wilson, and called for them to stop. "FFA has become aware that Sunday Telegraph journalist Rebecca Wilson has received physical threats and death threats," an FFA statement read. "While these are matters for the police, FFA has called for these threats to cease. "FFA stands by its efforts to ban individuals who take part in anti-social behaviour and stands by the millions of fans who do the right thing and create an atmosphere we are all proud of." Many A-League fans were incensed by the original News Corp article which listed almost 200 people banned from matches by name, with some of those now considering legal action. Western Sydney's main supporter group, The Red and Black Bloc, issued a statement detailing plans for the walk-out while pointing the finger at the FFA for the privacy breach. "There are rumours of how the leak eventuated but, nonetheless, the FFA cannot avoid being held accountable," their statement read. "This confidential information falls under the FFA's jurisdiction, and they are complicit in it being exposed. "People's lives and livelihoods have been jeopardised due to the existence of a list that has been created without due process. Many of these fans, some of which are under 18, have not been charged or convicted of offences." "The FFA's silence is deafening. They have treated fans with contempt once again, and active support around the country is standing up to a corporation that sees itself as above the law. "A disgraceful organisation, from the top down."