Whilst the club will carry on to base itself out of Wollongong in New South Wales until finally the close of the time, this selection now opens up the chance to engage in up to two matches in New Zealand through the 2020/21 A-League year.
The club has earlier mentioned that returning house is a target. It is essential for the admirers, our corporate partners and of course players and staff members users – some of whom will have been separated from their families for around six months.
In anticipation of such an announcement currently being created, the club has been operating on a program to have the crew and guidance staff members return. This features travel logistics, liaising with ticket providers and investigating accommodation arrangements for all the groups concerned.
With this announcement now, these strategies can now be accelerated. We hope to be in a position to make a even more announcement soon with regards to the team’s ability to return to New Zealand.
The club needs to tension that no definitive determination on a return has been built as however, significantly as there are a variety of elements included in this decision – not just for the club but the A-League in a broader sense, owing to the threat associated in travelling to one more country and the chance of additional Covid outbreaks in either nation.