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Quick Shots: AFC Champions League and K-League Recaps

(image via the-afc.com)
AFC Champions League Previews
Tuesday, April 5th
19:00 - Sydney FC vs Pohang Steelers

19:30 - FC Seoul vs. Shandong Luneng Taishan FC
FC Seoul are back in action on Tuesday as Shandong Luneng come to Korea for the return leg of the AFC Champions League group stage.  They played three weeks ago and not much has changed since then. Will the result? John Emanuelson takes a look.

Wednesday, April 6th
19:00 - Becamex Binh Duong vs Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Chief Editor of Football Channel Asia, Erick Bui, speaks with our Matthew Binns about what to expect from V.League 1 champions Becamex Binh Duong hosting K-League champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.

19:30 - Suwon Bluewings vs Melbourne Victory
The 4th round of ACL fixtures get underway this week and it is D-day in group G as Suwon Bluewings host Melbourne Victory with only 3 points seperating the two teams. Our own Scottt Whitelock spoke to East Asian Soccer's Lew Dub about what we can expect from the match.

K-League Recaps
Gangwon FC 0-1 Busan IPark - Busan picked up their first win and points of the young 2016 K League Challenge season with an unconvincing 1-0 win over Gangwon FC in Gangneung. Jae-Hyeok Lee takes a look at why the three points still leaves concerns.

Seoul E-Land 2-0 Daejeon Citizen - After a disappointing opening round for E-Land, they bounced back with a much better performance all round and deserved their victory at the end of ninety minutes. Steve Waddell takes a look at what's changed.

Ulsan Hyundai 2-1 Jeonnam Dragons - Jeonnam remains winless on the season and didn't look good picking up their first loss of 2016. Ryan Walters takes a quick look at the Good, the Bad, and quite a bit of the Ugly from Sunday's match vs Ulsan.

Long Form

Choi Kang-hee's Roster Roulette (aka When is Squad Rotation Necessary?) - Part 1
Choi Kang-hee's men have now played four games at home this campaign and have left each occasion with a full three-points haul, placing them top of their Champion's league groups and joint-top of the K-League. It is still early days but the results would suggest all is well down at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium. Is it?

Bums On Seats, The Biggest Challenge (Part 1 - Taking Stock)
When Seoul E-Land was founded back in 2014 there was a huge amount of expectation surrounding what would be the K-League's first new corporate-backed club since Suwon Samsung Bluewings in 1995. It's fair to say that the guys at E-Land were certainly talking a good game about the way the club would be run and the ambitions that they had for the team... but have they lived up to it?


From Here to Eternity: FC Seoul's Last Five ACL Appearances
This year feels as though it's Seoul's best qualifying campaign in the ACL.  Not only have they won their first three games, but they have done so by large margins (6-0, 4-1, 4-1).  Is it the best though?

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