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KLUpod | 2021 #KLeague 1 season recap and #FA컵 Final 2nd leg preview

Another season, and another title for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors as they surpass Ulsan Hyundai at the final hurdle yet again.

Ryan Walters is joined by "peak smugness" Matthew Binns and Peter Hampshire to wrap up a closely contested 2021 K League 1 season. They begin by looking back on Jeonbuk's year, assessing whether or not they're deserving champs, and what may be next for the club. 

Attention shifts to Ulsan Hyundai and the rest of the chasing pack in segment two as the three look at the starkly contrasting fortunes of clubs in the first and second half of the season. Ryan goes off on Ulsan (again), while Matthew vehemently defends Jeonbuk and offers other reasons why the league continues to struggle. 

Finally, the three turn their focus to this weekend's FA Cup Final second leg where Daegu FC currently hold a narrow 1-0 lead over Jeonnam. The Dragons have been better on the road all year, but will that be enough to overcome the deficit they face? 

Lastly, the Eulji Lewis Mailbag sees questions about which club is the "big" Suwon, potential transfers, and what it will take for other clubs to compete for the title.

All this and more on the latest edition of the K League United Podcast!

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