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KLU Pod | AFC Champions League 2019 Preview: Group E

The K League United Podcast AFC Champions League Preview Group E

On the latest episode of the K League United Podcast, we continue our journey across Asia with the next instalment of our in-depth preview of the Asian Champions League group stage. On this episode, we take a look at Group E, which features Kashima Antlers, Shandong Luneng, Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C. and Korea's own Gyeongnam FC. 

Gyeongnam enter the competition for the first time in a group that will see them venture to Japan, where they will take on ACL holders Kashima Antlers, China where they face off against Shandong Luneng, and Malaysia, where they will battle it out with the champions of the Malaysian Super League, Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C.

To get the low down on this intriguing group, host Scott Whitelock sat down with our own Gyeongnam FC columnist, James Edrupt, Football Radar's J League expert, Sam Robson, Malaysian football journalist, Keesh Sundaresan, and the host of Wild East Football's podcast, Steve Crooks.



Where to Download

If you would like to download this episode, you can find The K League United Podcast on a number of platforms linked below. You can also catch the show every week on Football Nation Radio at 5pm Sydney Time (or 3pm for those of you here in Korea).

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