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    The Wellington Phoenix could be heading to Auckland for more than just a couple of games in future

    The Wellington Phoenix could be heading to Auckland for more than just a couple of games in future


    The football franchise has played two games a season for the last two A-League campaigns, with an average crowd of 11-thousand per-game.

    General manager David Dome says if they keep getting crowds of 15 thousand, as they did last weekend, they could make it more regular.



    The Phoenix host Western United in Wellington on Friday.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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