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Phoenix City. The newest podcast covering New Zealand football. Phoenix City was founded in July 2015, after the In The Zone podcast ended and a Phoenix sized hole was left in the podcast market.

If you're listening to Phoenix City, you're listening to:

Patrick, the podcast's producer, head honcho and a rubbish referee. He is on Twitter: @patrick478

Cam, also known as Photomac, Yellow Fever's resident photographer. You've probably seen him wearing a bib at Phoenix games. Cam tweets at @NZPhotomac.

Brandon, another one of the people who followed professional football in this country down from Auckland to Wellington. He loves to make a lame joke and accidentally pick fights with hot dog caravan owners. @kiwibardy

Andy, the podcasts head football analyst. Sadly, he's only half decent at that. He is also on Twitter: @FrostieDaSnowman

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    Phoenix City - Sumner Lovin'

    The Nix got swept aside over in Sydney, and welcome Melbourne City and their 'stars' to town this weekend. The pod reflect on Steve Sumner's career and what he achieved for New Zealand football. Meanwhile, the TeeDubs smashed fellow title contenders Waitakere United 7-2.

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    Phoenix City - Plymouth Bringeth Nothing

    The pod returns from a gruelling trip to New Plymouth, and the Nix returned empty handed. Can they perform a smash and grab against seemingly invincible Sydney FC? Meanwhile it's heating up in the SS Prem with 4 rounds to go, there's 6 teams in contention to win the league!

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    Phoenix City - Fry, you fools!

    The pod suffer from mild heat exhaustion as they talk about the match in Adelaide that should never have been played, as well as how it'll affect the Phoenix this weekend in New Plymouth. Naughty boy Brett Angell has been suspended, and the SSP continues without him. TeeDubs jump ahead of an absent Auckland City to take top spot on the table.

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    Phoenix City - Angellic

    The pod chat about other podcasts, some football, Brett Angell's explosion of anger, some more football, and then about some overseas footballers. Not sure why you'd want to listen, but here it is anyway.

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    Phoenix City - Simultaneous Loving

    Following wins against the Mariners and the Victory, the pod are in dreamland as they work out what went right for the Nix. We discuss the move to a 48 team World Cup and it's effects on NZ, talk about Auckland City jetting off to play some friendlies and wrap up all the action from the SS Prem.

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    Phoenix City - Red Cards and Headbutts

    The pod reflect on the 2-1 loss to Perth, focusing in on Krishna's red and Keogh's headbutt, especially the lack of fallout from the latter. We look forward to two games in 5 days, the first of which will be marred by another #12PubsOfLochhead. Meanwhile, the SS Prem is back from the Christmas break and Southern have managed to win again!

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    Phoenix City - Hangovers

    A disappointing 0-0 against Adelaide did nothing to lift the hungover spirits of the pod on New Years Day, we review that and get ready to take on Perth on Thursday. Meanwhile, the SS Prem is back in action, and brings with it a tasty TeeDubs vs Auckland City clash.

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    Phoenix City - Boxed Day

    The Boxing Day clash with the Jets earned the Nix a point, the pod review that and preview the New Years Day game against struggling Adelaide. And with not much else to talk about, Mark Bosnich's comments about the Nix are put under the microscope.

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    Phoenix City - Captain Incredulity

    Andrew Durante drop into the podcast to celebrate our 69th episode this week, we discuss WSW in Auckland with him and look ahead to the Boxing Day clash with the Jets.

    Meanwhile the TeeDubs rescued a point against Canterbury, and some Sarpreet magic gave the WeeNix a late comeback.

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    Phoenix City - Tron: Legacy

    The Phoenix had a successful trip to Hamilton, coming out with a 3-0 shellacking of CCM and no reported cases of STD's (yet). The pod looks ahead to the continuing Travelling Circus in Auckland, and Team Wellington have gone top in the SS Premiership.

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    Phoenix City - Resigned

    The pod talk about the shock of Ernie Merrick resigning, and discuss who the options are to take over the reins at the Nix. The Nix are off the Hamilton to try to turn their fortunes around after losing 2-0 to Radelaide, ACFC are off at the Club World Cup again and we wrap all the action from the NZ national leagues.

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    Phoenix City - Appropriately Cynical

    The Phoenix got back in action against Melbourne City, the pod is joined by Vitor Sobral, Phoenix head of communications, to chat about dodgy refereeing, an away trip to Adelaide and Video Referees.

    The Stirling Sports Prem is back to normal, with Auckland City taking their place on the top of the table back before they head away to Japan, and the Cap Football women's team have somehow earned a home playoff.

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    Phoenix City - Bunker Flow

    With no Phoenix game to talk about this week, the pod reviews the rest of the A-League games and looks ahead to taking on Melbourne City. The WeeNix knocked over Auckland City in the SSP, and Cap Football are into the playoffs in the NWL.

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    Phoenix City - Unshaken

    This week's episode of Phoenix City is out now! Check it out at http://yellowfever.co.nz/podcasts or in your favourite podcast app.

    Alex Rufer jumps into the pod to discuss earthquakes, travelling over to Canberra with the Nix, and the two World Cup qualifiers that the All Whites played this week. It's a short Kiwi's Overseas segment this week thanks to the international break, and we look forward to a bumper week of the SSP with a strong WeeNix side taking on Auckland City.

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    Phoenix City - Jetstream

    The Phoenix won! We look ahead to two important games on Saturday, the Nix in Canberra and the All Whites in Auckland. There's been some interesting results in the Stirling Sports Prem, including the first win for the TeeDubs, and we wrap up the goalfests that happened in the latest round of the NWL and the NYL.

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    Phoenix City - Capitulation

    The pod returns to talk about the heavy away loss to Melbourne Victory, and All White Tom Doyle join us to talk Nix, his hamstrings and the upcoming World Cup qualifiers. The WeeNix have defeated the TeeDubs via a injury time winner, but it was business as usual in the rest of the SS Premiership round.

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    Phoenix City - Under the Dome

    Phoenix GM David Dome joins the pod, and this week we dissect everything that led to Sydney scoring that late winner against the Nix. The Stirling Sports Prem had it's first full round, which wasn't such good news for the TeeDubs, and we are taking on predecessor 'In The Zone' at the Football Media Awards.

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    Phoenix City - Legally Blonde

    Adam Parkhouse is the guest on the pod this week, we chat with him about his time at the Phoenix so far and the derby game over in Perth. Meanwhile, it was the first round of games in the NZ national league, we wrap all the action from the SS Prem, the NYL and the NWL.

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    Phoenix City - White Hot

    The pod travel out to David Farrington Park in Miramar to be hosted by the TeeDubs and joined by their coach, José Figueira. We chat about the Nix's opening loss to City and their upcoming game against Perth. The All Whites stunned everyone with two great performances against Mexico and the US, and we talk with José about the SS Premiership season which is kicking off this weekend.

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    Phoenix City - It's Back

    The A-League is finally upon us, and the pod is joined by Nix Academy coach Paul Temple to chat about the upcoming season and Saturday's game against the Cahill-less Melbourne City. Over in the US, the All Whites are preparing for blockbuster clashes against Mexico and the US, the Women's U17 almost upset Spain at the U17WC, and SS Prem preseason games are underway.

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    Phoenix City - Nelson

    The Phoenix won their final pre-season match against the Mariners 2-1 down in Nelson, the pod talks about the action on the field as well as in the stands. The SS Prem had its season launch and the new kits are out, and the pod talk about Big Sam potentially being in cahoots with Anthony Hudson.

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    Phoenix City - Off to Nelson

    The Phoenix are heading down to Nelson to take on the Mariners again, after a 1-0 win over them last weekend. NZ are OFC U20 Champions again and are off to South Korea, and the pod discuss with Alastair Boyce from the Backbencher who should be in the Phoenix's greatest XI of all time.

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    Phoenix City - JASON!!!

    Football broadcasting legend Jason Pine joins the pod for the first time to chat the past, present and future of the Wellington Phoenix. The Nix beat Tim Cahill 4-1 in Townsville, while there were two thrilling knockout cup finals played in Auckland over the weekend. Oh, and our U20's are off the next FIFA U20 World Cup in South Korea.

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    Phoenix City - A-Rod

    Alex Rodriguez guest stars on the pod this week, we chat with him about the Nix's 3-0 win from Weka Park, his time in Wellington so far and the upcoming season. There's a whole lot of stuff going on in New Zealand football, including the Chatham Cup final, and Karori have a small lead over Team Taranaki heading into the return leg.

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    Phoenix City - Kowhai Fever

    After a fun week on the internets, the pod settle in and chat about the Central League XI, Marco Rojas's move to the Victory, the Chatham Cup semifinals and discover the All Whites had an assistant manager called Alex Armstrong. Patrick also attempts to pronounce some team names in kiwi's overseas and it goes as well as you would expect

    Note: the audio quality is a bit shit this week. Sorry about that.

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    Phoenix City - Marco v1

    Marco's been released from Stuttgart, we discuss where he could end up and why it won't be the Phoenix. We introduce a brand new segment, complete with a catchy jingle.
    It's Chatham Cup semifinal weekend, with Miramar looking to make the final after losing the Central League title to Olympic.

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    Phoenix City - Marco v2

    The Phoenix have signed Marco Rossi to help Dura out this season, and the pod discuss the match-fixing thats blighted his past. Meanwhile, the All Whites have announced big games against Mexico and the USA, and the Football Ferns bow out of Rio after the group stage. Back at home, the Mens Central League wraps up this weekend with three teams still in contention for the title, and Wellington United have wrapped up the WCL in trying circumstances.

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    Phoenix City - "Magic" of the cup

    The Phoenix are bundled out of the FFA Cup, thanks to a three goal comeback by WSW. The Football Ferns kicked off their Olympics campaign against Rio, and it's the quarterfinals of the Chatham Cup.

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    Phoenix City - Chinese Takeaway

    The Phoenix are bringing some silverware home from China, and take on Western Sydney (who Patrick evidently doesn't like very much) next week in the FFA Cup. The Football Ferns are in Brazil ahead of their Olympics kicking off, and all the latest Central League action is rounded up.

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    Phoenix City - Review/Preview

    The team don't have much to talk about, so have a look at where the Phoenix and the All Whites are sitting ahead of the games kicking off in October/November. The Chatham Cup had another giant killing, with North Wellington making it into the quarters, and Patrick goes on a rant about players bitching about refs.

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    Phoenix City - Right Back

    After a wee hiatus due to a dodgy power cable, the pod are back and ready to talk about the start of the Nix preseason. Elsewhere, there was a but of an entertaining dispute before Wellington United and Wests's match in the Central League and the Chatham Cup round of 16 is this weekend, with Miramar and North Wellington flying the flag for the capital city.

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    Phoenix City - Getting the Job Done

    The All Whites are winning while playing some pretty hard-to-watch football, we dissect the wins against Fiji and Vanuatu and discuss whether the style we're playing will get us to the Confeds Cup.

    Meanwhile, Brandon's back from Hong Kong and shares his stories from the 7's, and we wrap up all the latest Central League action.

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    Phoenix City - Island Getaway

    After a wee hiatus, the pod is back to talk Albert Riera's retirement, the Hong Kong 7's, and everything related to the All Whites in PNG and their upcoming games against Fiji and Vanuatu.

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    Phoenix City - Guess Who's Coming to PNG

    The Wanderers lost another grand final. Good times.

    Meanwhile, the pod attempts to select their 23 man squad for Anthony Hudson to take to the OFC Nations Cup, as well as chat about the Chatham Cup round 1 draw and all the latest Central League action.

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    Phoenix City - Looking Back

    It's time for the inevitable season review. We look at what went wrong this year, who our standout players were and give out some awards.

    Meanwhile, WSW and Brisbane forgot how to defend, whereas Auckland City remembered how to attack.

Podcast

Phoenix City - Sumner Lovin'

Table

P W D L GD Pts
Syd Sydney FC 20 14 5 1 31 47
Mvc Melbourne Victory 20 12 3 5 18 39
Mcy Melbourne City 20 8 6 6 7 30
Bri Brisbane Roar 20 7 9 4 2 30
Per Perth Glory 20 7 7 6 1 28
Wsw Western Sydney 20 5 9 6 -5 24
New Newcastle Jets 20 5 6 9 -7 21
Wel Wellington Phoenix 20 5 4 11 -11 19
Ccm Central Coast 20 5 4 11 -15 19
Adl Adelaide United 20 3 5 12 -21 14

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