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KLU Pod | AFC Champions League 2019 Preview: Group H

We conclude our AFC Champions League group stage previews with an in-depth look at Group H. Considered by many to be the Group of Death, we speak to Asian football experts from across the continent to assess each team’s chances in the tournament and what would constitute a successful campaign for each side. 

After a thorough 5-1 dismantling of Malaysian side Perak in the final playoff round, Ulsan Hyundai emphatically secured their place in Group H of this year’s AFC Champions League. A team with a point to prove after a disappointing campaign last year, Ulsan have had a strong winter transfer window and seem set to compete with the best in Asia. A mentality they will need as they face down one of the toughest groups in the competition with three reigning champions.

In our final ACL group preview, host Ryan Walters chats with our Ulsan columnist Dan Croydon about the new look Horangi, Football Nation Radio’s Josh Parish about A-League champs Sydney FC, J-Talk Podcast regular Neil Debnam about the J.League champions Kawasaki, and finally South China Morning Post’s Jonathan White about the CSL holders Shanghai SIPG.



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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