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    Wellington Phoenix coach Ufuk Talay's insists his side remains a shot of making the A-League finals

    Wellington Phoenix coach Ufuk Talay's insists his side remains a shot of making the A-League finals


    The 'Nix face Western United in Wollongong tonight, desperately in need of a win.

    Wellington languish in tenth on the ladder and have just ten games to make a late surge for the playoffs.

    Talay says Western United, who sit two places above the Phoenix, will be a good challenge.



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