Wellington Phoenix coach Mark Rudan wants his young team not to get ahead of themselves following their massive 3-1 upset win over Sydney FC in the A-League.
Three first-half goals, two to Roy Krishna and a third from Steven Taylor secured the boilover of the season in Sydney on Saturday, as Phoenix ended a run of five games without a win.
Rudan, who was coaching an A-League game for the first time against the club he captained to the inaugural title in 2005-06, feels his players are starting to believe in themselves following last week’s draw with early season pacesetters Perth and Saturday’s win over Sydney.
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