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KLU Pod | AFC Champions League 2019 Preview: Group F

AFC Champions League 2019 Preview: Group F

The latest K League United Podcast continues its series of in-depth group preview for the AFC Champions League with a look at Group F, featuring Guangzhou Evergrande, Melbourne Victory, Sanfrecce Hiroshima and, making their first foray into continental football, the K League's own Daegu FC.

After a historic season for the club, one that saw them claim their first piece of silverware in the FA Cup, Daegu FC are set to embark on a continental adventure in the AFC Champions League. Drawn into Group F, they are set to face tournament regulars Guangzhou Evergrande, Melbourne Victory and Sanfrecce Hiroshima.

Host Paul Neat sits down to get the informed opinions of K League United's own Daegu expert Jung Muyeol, South China Morning Post Sports Desk journalist Jonathan White, football writer and co-host of The Asian Game podcast Paul Williams and J-Talk Podcast host Ben Maxwell for the four teams respectively.

We even find 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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