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KLU Pod | AFC Champions League 2019 Preview: Group G

The K League United Podcast: AFC Champions League 2019 Preview: Group G

With competitive football once more on the horizon, The K League United Podcast looks ahead to this year's edition of the AFC Champions League. In the first in a short series of podcasts, we take a look at Group G and offer an in-depth preview for Buriram United, Beijing Guoan, Urawa Red Diamonds and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.

This week on The K League United Podcast, we turn our sight to Asia's premier club competition; The AFC Champions League. With Group G already decided, our associate editor Matthew Binns speaks with experts from around the continent to get a detailed preview of each of the four sides.

Thai football expert Paul Murphy joins us on the line to preview Thai Premier League champions Buriram United, professional football coach and Urawa Reds fan Ryan Steele gives his thoughts regarding the 2017 Asian Champions Urawa Red Diamonds, and Beijing Guoan is extensively covered by Wild East Football editor-in-chief Brandon Chemers.

There is even time for a mailbag with questions sent in via Twitter, Facebook and email.

All this and more on this edition of The K League United Podcast!




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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