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KLU Pod | K League 1 R32 and K League 2 R31 Recap



This week's K League United Podcast sees Matthew Binns take caretaker charge alongside Michael Redmond as their pair look back over the weekend's K League action.

Stepping in for an absent Ryan Walter, Matthew Binns hosts alongside Michael Redmond in this week's episode of the K League United Podcast. The pair kick things off with a quick look at the headlines in Korea football before moving on to take a look at the recent ongoings in K League 2.

After the interval, Matthew and Michael move onto the Korean top tier and are even paid a brief visit by Peter Hampshire who gives us the latest from Gwangju including their recent 3-0 forfeit and the latest on the whereabouts of Jonathan.

Finally, the pair head into the Eulji Lewis Mailbag to talk about Park Ji-soo's situation post-military service, Michael's thoughts on Seoul E-Land manager Chung Jong-yong and a curiosity about what would happen to some of the naturalised players at Chinese Super League giant Guangzhou FC after the club recently transfer listed a number of their players due to financial difficulties.

All this and more on The K League United Podcast.

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