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KLU Pod | The 2020 ASEAN Player Quota

The 2020 K League season marks the first implementation of the ASEAN player quota, allowing teams to add an additional foreign player from an ASEAN nation to their roster. So why haven't any clubs taken advantage of it?

With the winter transfer window nearing its end, a K Leauge club has yet to sign an ASEAN player despite a new rule encouraging them to do just that. To figure out why, and which players may be able to breakthrough on Korean shores, Ryan Walters is joined by Football Tribe Southeast Asia Editor, Gian Chansrichawla. They discuss which Thai players have already made a name for themselves on the international stage, who seems ready to make the move abroad, and the overall perception of K League in Thailand.

Fox Sports Asia and the-AFC.com pundit/commentator Rhysh Roshan Rai stops by for the second segment to offer insights from both his playing days and in the booth. Topics include difficulties in moving abroad, the impression of ASEAN players by so-called "bigger leagues," the ever increasingly high level of talent on display in the region and much more... including a bit of unabashed Kim Shin-wook love.

All that and more in this edition of The K League United Podcast.

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