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KLU Pod | Weekend Recap and Aun Rahman Interview

As the K League 1 schedule finally gets a break from midweek action, we take a look back on the weekend that was in both divisions and welcome a special guest to talk about the ASEAN player quota.

Ryan WaltersPeter Hampshire, and Michael Redmond are back once again to run the rule over the first two divisions of Korean football. 

The three briefly take a look at South Korea's draw in the summer olympics and assess whether or not it was as good as some made it out to be. They then move on to the party that is K League two where there were upsets a plenty and the table got even tighter from first to eighth place.

Box2Box Indonesia's Aun Rahman joins for the second segment to discuss all things Asnawi Mangkualam, including his transition to a more attacking role, his spot in the national team, and whether or not we may see more Indonesian players making the move to Korea this summer. 

Peter and Michael rejoin for the third segment to discuss the dreadfully low scoring weekend in K1 and why teams may be failing to find the back of the net right now. 

Lastly, an absolutely bursting Eulji Lewis Mailbag has questions on Ulsan's poor form, Bucheon's chances of turning things around, Vietnamese players in K League, and much more.

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


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