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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    There's one benefit for the Wellington Phoenix who will base themselves across the Tasman for at least the start of their A-League campaign

    There's one benefit for the Wellington Phoenix who will base themselves across the Tasman for at least the start of their A-League campaign


    The Phoenix have announced they will move across the Tasman next week for eight weeks of pre season and be based in New South Wales.

    CEO David Dome says getting quality opposition in the lead up to their December 27th start date won't be a problem.



    The Phoenix hope to be able to play some games back in Wellington if a Trans Tasman travel bubble gets up and running.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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