Wellington Phoenix to face Adelaide United aiming the second position in A-League

After beating Perth Glory by 2-1, the Wellington Phoenix will have another important challenge on this Saturday against Adelaide United. The Nix can reach the second position in the table if they beat their opponents at Bankwest Stadium. Head coach Ufuk Talay has already revealed that he planned to play a first-choice 11 from theContinue reading “Wellington Phoenix to face Adelaide United aiming the second position in A-League”

Phoenix looks to recover from defeat as they face Jets at SkyStadium

Unfortunately for Wellington Phoenix, they could not break their non-losing streak history record in the Hyundai A-League in the last week against Brisbane Roar as they were defeat by 1-0. The team was very unlucky as they hit the woodwork twice in the first half and suffered a heartbreaking goal in the final part ofContinue reading “Phoenix looks to recover from defeat as they face Jets at SkyStadium”

Ryan de Vries in trials with A-League club

The New Zealand forward Ryan de Vries, former Auckland City FC player is currently undergoing trials in Australia top-league side Western United. The 28-year old player made history with the Navy Blues and also had a succesful stint in Waitakere United when in New Zealand. After achieving success in the country, the player went toContinue reading “Ryan de Vries in trials with A-League club”

Liberato Cacace: the next All Whites breakthrough

Liberato Cacace is a rising star. The 19 years old left back is having a wonderful season playing for Wellington Phoenix in Hyundai A-League by showing off his huge talent. He recently scored an astonishing goal against Western Sydney Wanderers that really exposed his offensive qualities. His great performances are getting attention from European clubs.Continue reading “Liberato Cacace: the next All Whites breakthrough”

Wellington Phoenix: nine matches unbeaten

Wellington Phoenix faced Western Sydney Wanderers at Sky Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. The WeeNix were trying to remain unbeaten for the ninth straight match to tie the club-record unbeaten run of nine matches – and they did it. David Ball was not available due to a hip flexor injury while Reno Piscopo missed theContinue reading “Wellington Phoenix: nine matches unbeaten”

Phoenix signs Australian youth international

As the speculations during the last weeks said, Wellington Phoenix signed another player for the season and it is the Australian age group international Brandon Wilson. The midfielder that also can play as right back is an ideal player for the needs of the Kiwi side in the moment as their regular right back starterContinue reading “Phoenix signs Australian youth international”

Wellington Phoenix start the year against Mariners

Wellington Phoenix will have their first challenge of the new year when they enter the pitch to play against Central Coast Mariners for the Hyundai A-League. Phoenix did not lose match in their last seven encounters – four wins and three draws. The new sponsored name stadium – Sky Stadium – will see the formerContinue reading “Wellington Phoenix start the year against Mariners”

Reno Piscopo named for Australia U23 squad

Wellington Phoenix player Reno Piscopo was called up by Graham Arnold to defend Australia U23 National Football Team in the 2020 AFC U23 Championship that will be held in Thailand from 8 to 23 January. The 21 years old winger is expected to miss at least three A-League matches during his international commitment. Piscopo playedContinue reading “Reno Piscopo named for Australia U23 squad”

Phoenix continue good run as they beat Western United

The final match of 2019 year for Wellington Phoenix could really let the fans of the black and yellow side happy. Probrably the best game so far in the season for the side coached by Ufuk Talay, saw the club away from home reach the mark of 15 points in the table as they wonContinue reading “Phoenix continue good run as they beat Western United”

Phoenix hopes to continue good form against Western United

The only full-professional football club from Oceania will be back to the pitch to face various of their former players when they take on Western United away from home. Western United is coached by former Wellington Phoenix coach Mark Rudan, that left the club in a very controversial way – many players of Phoenix asContinue reading “Phoenix hopes to continue good form against Western United”