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KLU Pod | K League 1 Post-Split Preview

After 22 rounds, K League 1 has split into Final Round A and B with no shortage of surprises and talking points heading into the closing months of the season. 

Ryan Walters is joined by regular co-hosts Matthew Binns and Peter Hampshire to discuss all things Final Round A and B as the 2020 K League season approaches its end. They start with Final Round A and the six teams determining this year's champion as well as ACL qualification. The three each give their biggest talking point, match they're looking forward to most, and once again predict who will come out on top. 

Before any of that, Paul Neat joins for his weekly news roundup going over all of the major events in Korean football globally. This week Gwangju FC's surprise top-half finish, Suwon Samsung Bluewings' special edition kits for charity, Daejeon's struggles in K2, and Super Son-day all get a bit more detail. 

Ryan, Matt, and Peter hop back in for the second segment to once again highlight Final Round B and disagree on who will be automatically relegated to K League 2. Finally, the Eulji Lewis Mailbag returns this week with questions about Gwangju's front three, the Korean coaching carousel, and the need to change things up when it comes to promotion from K2.

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

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