NZ SPORTS | New Zealand football players are achieving great success on the international stage

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New Zealand football has seen players excelling on the world stage, with players like Chris Wood, Liberato Cacace, Matt Garbett, Marko Stamenić, and Ben Waine making their mark. Alex Paulsen, a goalkeeper for Wellington Phoenix, has signed with English Premier League club Bournemouth for around $2 million. The deal’s structure is complex and largely confidential, but if Paulsen gets useful game time, the benefit to the Nix could double.

New Zealand’s women’s teams have faced challenges, with the Football Ferns leading into and off the back of the World Cup. With the availability of young players, the All Whites are also looking to improve their fortunes.

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The outlook for football in New Zealand is positive, with a second A-League team, Auckland, starting this season. The development of young players has improved, and more clubs and academies are taking it seriously.

Football is not just an option for Kiwi sports fans, it is becoming a genuine choice for youngsters. The sport’s growing popularity among the youth is starting to turn heads. While the country’s football record may not be as poor as it has been in the past, the promising option it presents for young players is a cause for excitement and hope. The increasing number of young players taking up the sport clearly indicates the sport’s bright future in New Zealand.

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