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    Wellington Phoenix captain Steven Taylor is keeping his side grounded as the A-League football play-offs draw closer

    Wellington Phoenix captain Steven Taylor is keeping his side grounded as the A-League football play-offs draw closer


    The Phoenix are currently fifth in the standings and will play Melbourne City at Eden Park from 7pm.

    While a top four finish in the regular season is important, Taylor says staying focused on the job at hand is key.

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