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KLU Pod | ACL Quarter-Finals and News Round-up

Despite it technically being the off season, it's been a busy week in Korean football with a handful of new managerial appointments and both Ulsan Hyundai and Suwon Samsung Bluewings making the Quarter-Finals of AFC Champions League.

Ryan Walters, Matthew Binns, and Peter Hampshire are back together again in the lovingly (why would it ever be otherwise?) named Kim Do-hoon Bunker to discuss ACL and much more. They begin with Ulsan Hyundai's thorough 3-0 win over A-League outfit Melbourne Victory. From Bjorn Johnsen finally getting minutes and finding form, to the continued growth of Won Du-jae, the game had a bit of everything.

They then move on to Suwon Samsung Bluewings shock victory over 2019 J.League champions, Yokohama F Marinos. A Suwon side still without an out-and-out striker not only beat one of the tournament favorites from the East, but looked good doing so. As Binns would say, Park Kun-ha-matata.

The second segment sees a deep dive into the previous weeks news which features a number of new managers in both divisions, and the retirement of a few K League legends. 

In the final segment, they open the Eulji Lewis Mailbag with questions from coaching to potential name changes, and the ever-present K League vs J.League debate whenever ACL is happening. All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast.  

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