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KLU Pod | World Cup Qualifiers, Jeonbuk Finally Wins, and K2 Remains Wild

From World Cup Qualification all the way down to the second division, we cover nearly every aspect of Korean football in this week's edition of the K League United Podcast!

Ryan Walters is joined for the first time in a long time by Matthew Binns and Peter Hampshire for a jam-packed weekend review. 

They begin with South Korea's first World Cup Qualifiers in 18 months and discuss what can be learned from the Taeguk Warriors 5-0 victory over Turkmenistan. 

The second segment shifts focus to the two K League 1 matches that took place as FC Seoul and Seongnam FC continue to make up for their postponed matches. A make up match that went extremely well for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors as they snapped a rare winless streak with a 5-1 performance against the Magpies that saw Gustavo bag four goals.

The third segment puts K2 under the spotlight with a discussion of all five matches that took place and a debate on whether or not Jeonnam Dragons can retain their lead atop the table this time. 

Finally, the Eulji Lewis Mailbag returns with questions about a 16 team first division, Jeonbuk's chances at ACL 2022 (seriously), and how the covid quarantine break may be affecting Seoul and Seongnam.

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


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