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KLU Pod | Edinho Interview and Five Things from K1 and K2

With K League 2 Round 9 concluded, every team in both K1 and K2 have played each other once, and so we take a look back at the five things that have stood out in the opening months. 

Ryan WaltersMatthew Binns, and Michael Redmond run the rule over the top two divisions as the calendar ticks over to May.

In the first segment, the three dive into the wild world of K League 2 where FC Anyang remain at the top and pre-season favourites Gimcheon Sangmu remain outside a playoff position. They also discuss Jeju United's strong return to the top flight and how they're getting results.  

The second segment sees FC Seoul under the microscope again to assess whether or not this may be their dreaded 2018 season all over again. Paul Neat then joins to chat with Dajeon Hana Citizen midfielder Edinho about his time in Korea and the club's expectations this season. 

The show rolls on with the third segment looking at Suwon FC's massive overhaul this winter and it's... less than desirable results. Finally, youth players take centre stage not just because of the early U22 substitutions, but also because some youngsters have made a name for themselves quite early on in 2021. 

Lastly, the Eulji Lewis Mailbag sees questions ranging from roster rules to potential transfers this summer and everything in between. All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast!


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