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Aware of the sensitivity of taking soccer into an AFL heartland, Western United coach Mark Rudan has a simple message for those contemplating attending Launceston’s two A-League fixtures next week. “It’s an opportunity to watch professional sport and unfortunately there’s not enough of that in any code for the locals,” Rudan said. “It’s the world game, the most popular sport in the world and I think people will be pleasantly surprised if they come and watch and see the skillset of our players and how we go about our football. “It’s a chance to watch a professional match, maybe for the first time – why wouldn’t they come?” With three wins from their…



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