Wellington Phoenix’s treatment of Mark Rudan ‘all part of the fun’

Mark Rudan secured victory on his first return to Wellington with his Western United side.

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Western United coach Mark Rudan spent an offseason in the spotlight after his A-League defection from Wellington Phoenix.
But on Sunday night he returned to Westpac Stadium, where he was booed, jeered, and even dodged a flag or two flung from the stands.
“It was quite clear what my role was going to be coming back here,” Rudan said after overseeing a 1-0 win.
“And that was fine. We work in the entertainment industry.
“No issue. No problem. No dramas. It’s to be expected. All good. All part of the…

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