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  •   Home > News > Sports > Soccer

    Western United coach Mark Rudan would happily return to New Zealand if his A-League team had to face Wellington Phoenix across the Tasman this season

    Western United coach Mark Rudan would happily return to New Zealand if his A-League team had to face Wellington Phoenix across the Tasman this season


    The two sides meet tomorrow, but also have a game later in the season with the Phoenix hopeful of hosting up to two matches in New Zealand before the season finishes.

    Rudan, who coached the Phoenix before moving to United, says if they are one of the teams who have to head to New Zealand they'd do so happily.

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