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KLU Pod | 2019 Season Preview: K League 2

The K League United Podcast K League 2 Season Preview 2019

After several months away, the K League 2 returns this Saturday with ten sides battling out for promotion to the top division. Our site's writers from around the country join regular hosts to help offer an in-depth preview of each team and what to expect for the 2019 campaign.


Saturday 2nd March will see the curtain raised once more on the K League 2 as the race for promotion commences once again. With champions Asan Mugunghwa remaining in the division and Jeonnam Dragons dropping into the league, competition is set to be fierce once again.

Our site editors Ryan Walters, Matthew Binns, Paul Neat and Scott Whitelock return to the K League United "bunker" and call in the help of our site's writers from around the country to get their informed insight into each team. Columnists Michael Redmond, Mike Brandon, James Walsh, Peter Hampshire, Branko Belan plus Busan IPark International Ambassador Todd Wilde.




Where to Download

If you would like to download this episode, you can find The K League United Podcast on a number of platforms linked below. You can also catch the show every week on Football Nation Radio at 5pm Sydney Time (or 3pm for those of you here in Korea).

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