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    Self belief helps spur Wellington Phoenix on an impressive unbeaten run in football's A-League

    Self belief has helped spur the Wellington Phoenix on an impressive unbeaten run in football's A-League, and manager Ufuk Talay hopes that can continue tonight


    After starting the season with four consecutive losses, the 'Nix have since drawn one and won three to sit fifth on the ladder.

    Talay says the group has kept faith in their abilities since the start of the season.



    The 'Nix take on the Melbourne Victory, kicking off at 7pm.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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