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K League 2 After 11 Rounds


Predictably unpredictable, the K League 2 table remains tight at the top with a number of teams also vying for playoff spots. We assess the good and bad from the first 11 rounds. 

A week after putting K1 under the microscope, Ryan WaltersMatthew Binns, and Michael Redmond turn their attention to K League 2 after 11 Rounds. They each pick a team and a player that has impressed in the first few months, with leaders Suwon FC understandably getting a lot of praise.

Paul Neat joins once again in the second segment to look at the U22 rule in the second division. He and Matthew discuss the trend of subbing youth players off before half-time, and go team by team once more going over who has and hasn't had a good showing thus far. They also give a clarification on youth wages.

Ryan, and Michael return for the third segment to break down what's gone wrong with the underperforming sides in the second division. Pre-season promotion hopefuls Gyeongnam FC get a fair few mentions, but given the ever-changing nature of the second division, few others seemed to feel "earned."

Lastly, the Eulji Lewis Mailbag sees questions ranging from Seoul E-Land's promotion chances this and next year, what's gone wrong at Daejeon, and a discussion on just how good An Byong-jun is this season. All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast. 

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Patreon subscribers can also watch the podcast recording LIVE! The weekly rundown will be posted a few days beforehand and the hosts will interact with Patrons via chat throughout the show. For more information about live streams and our tiered benefits, visit our Patreon page.

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