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    Phoenix CEO David Dome will keep all his options open as he looks at the future of the Wellington based A-League club

    Phoenix CEO David Dome will keep all his options open as he looks at the future of the Wellington based A-League club


    With the competition postponed and the squad on their way home from Australia. the sustainability of the club will now receive Dome's full attention.

    He expects the hiatus will put a strain on the clubs finances but he needs to understand a number of things before proceeding including what packages may be available from government.

    Dome says they are yet to look at pay cuts for the players.

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