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    After a positive reception from Aucklanders, Wellington Phoenix general manager David Dome's hoping to spread home games throughout the country

    After a positive reception from Aucklanders, Wellington Phoenix general manager David Dome's hoping to spread home games throughout the country


    The 'Nix host the Melbourne Victory at Eden Park on Friday, for their first home game outside of Wellington this season, with tickets to the match selling fast.

    Dome says ideally, they'd love to take games to smaller cities in the country.

    He says if they get a good crowd this Friday, they'll hopefully take more games across New Zealand.

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