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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    A call for the Wellington Phoenix to free up their most potent attacker

    A call for the Wellington Phoenix to free up their most potent attacker


    The third-placed Nix play Brisbane tonight in their penultimate regular season game, still needing a point to ensure their place in the A-League playoffs.

    Former All White and now commentator Fred De Jong wants to see Mexican Ulises Davila given more freedom.



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