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KLU Pod | #ACL2021 Quarter-Finals Preview

With the four remaining teams in AFC Champions League (East) making their way to Jeonju, we talk to players and experts from both sides of the East Sea to preview the Quarter-Finals!

Ryan Walters and Matthew Binns take the helm in a jam packed preview of the AFC Champions League Quarter-Finals! The show begins with J.Talk Podcast's co-host Sam Robson braving enemy territory to give a breakdown on what to expect from Nagoya Grampus in their third ACL encounter with the Steelers this year. 

To get the Pohang perspective, Paul Neat spoke with defender Alex Grant about his time at Pohang thus far, getting on the end of some goals, and how far he thinks his side can go in the continental competition.

Moving on to the hosts of the Quarter-Finals, Matthew gives his two cents on Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors before welcoming in striker Stanislav Iljutcenko to get his take on ACL thus far. 

To round out the call ins, Dan Croydon joins briefly to name his key player, the match up to watch, and give a prediction.  

Lastly, a briefer than usual Eulji Lewis Mailbag sees questions on whether or not we'll continue to see four Korean teams in ACL, and how many trophies Ulsan can win this year.  All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast.

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