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The official English podcast of K League providing coverage of the latest South Korean football news with opinions, analysis, player interviews, and match previews for K League 1, K League 2, and the Korean National Team. Continue Reading >>
The official English podcast of K League providing coverage of the latest South Korean football news with opinions, analysis, player interviews, and match previews for K League 1, K League 2, and the Korean National Team. << Show Less
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Fejsal Mulić Interview & Situation at Daegu FC Paul is joined by Muyeol who talks about what's happening at Daegu FC, a club which is in the midst of a poor run of form but still battling on three fronts. We then hear from Seongnam FC striker Fejsal Mulić on the move to K League, his failed transfer to Jeju United, what motivates him and much more.
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Fejsal Mulić Interview & Situation at Daegu FC Paul is joined by Muyeol who talks about what's happening at Daegu FC, a club which is in the midst of a poor run of form but still battling on three fronts. We then hear from Seongnam FC striker Fejsal Mulić on the move to K League, his failed transfer to Jeju United, what motivates him and much more.
EAFF Recap and Key Races in K League 1 In this week's episode, Ryan returns from his scouting mission across Asia and joins Paul to recap the EAFF E-1 Championships for South Korea before outlining the key races in K League 1: the title, AFC Champions League qualification, the top six, and avoiding relegation.
Team K League vs Spurs recap with Antonio Conte, Lars Veldwijk, Rob Daly plus Dave Bulthuis Interview In this week's episode of the K League United Podcast, we review the Team K League vs Tottenham Hotspur friendly. Paul and Matt recap the Team K League performance and go over what went well, what didn't, and which players stood out the most.    Then we hear from an 'all-star' cast of Antonio Conte, Lars Veldwijk and Spursplay commentator Rob Daly.   Then, we catch up with Dave Bulthuis who talks about his move to Suwon Bluewings, what happened at Ulsan, why he followed a number of different K League clubs on Instagram, and even how to properly pronounce his name.
Double Interview Special w/ Samuel Nnamani & Aaron Calver It’s a double interview special where we’ll be speaking to Aaron Calver of Gwangju FC and Bucheon FC 1995 striker Samuel Nnamani.
KLU Pod Extra | Dave Bulthuis Team K League vs Spurs Preview Paul chats with Suwon Samsung Bluewings defender Dave Bulthuus about the Team K League friendly match with Tottenham Hotspur and Son Heung-min in this KLU Pod Extra. Video version available on https://www.patreon.com/posts/video-interview-68862835
EXTRA | Samuel Nnamani Interview Samuel Nnamani moved to South Korea ahead of the 2021 season, signing for Jeonnam Dragons who, despite playing in the second tier of K League, went onto win the FA Cup. But, despite AFC Champions League Football on offer with the Dragons, Nnamani moved to Bucheon FC 1995 to help with the Reds' promotion push. Samuel sat down with Ryan to talk about the FA Cup win, his move to Bucheon, and the new promotion system in K League 2.
2002 World Cup Rewind | Episode 8: Legacy After coming so close to doing the improbable, Korea fought valiantly and bowed out to the Germany in the semifinals of the 2002 World Cup. In our final episode of this mini-series, we briefly look at the third-place play-off match with Turkey before delving into the legacy that this team left on Korean football and how much is felt twenty years on. After defeat to Germany in the semi-finals, Korea's 2002 heroes still had one match remaining; the 3rd-place playoff with Turkey. While for many supporters, this particular fixture would perhaps go by unnoticed, for Korea it served as a fitting farewell to a side that had not only inspired a nation, but had made the football world sit up and take notice.   Matthew Binns is joined by Paul Neat to first go over the match before being joined by Jung Muyeol to get his experience from being in Korea at that time. Later, we are then joined by the founder of the Tavern of the Taeguk Warriors, Roy Ghim, to recall his memories of watching Korea and discuss the legacy this team has left on Korea and Korean football.   All this and more, in the final episode of our K League United Podcast 2002 World Cup Rewind Series.
2002 World Cup Rewind: Episode 7 - Korea 0-1 Germany Following on from giant-killing wins over Italy and Spain, Germany were the next team to be in the crosshairs of Guus Hiddink's South Korea team for a historic semifinal. First, Matthew Binns, Paul Neat and Jung Muyeol review the match and the feeling from within Korea. Then, later on, Sport Digital commentator Florian Obst shares his memories of this game and the tournament as a whole from a German perspective.   All this and more on this K League United Podcast Rewind edition.
2002 World Cup Rewind | Episode 6. Spain 0-0 Korea [Pens 3-5] With the nation still abuzz after a dramatic victory over Italy, remaining co-hosts South Korea head into the quarterfinals where they are set to take on Spain. Matthew Binns, Paul Neat and Jung Muyeol wind the clock back and recap what happened.  After making history with their Golden Goal victory over Italy, Korea head into the quarterfinals to take on Spain with the tantalising prospect of reaching the final four dangling in front of them. First, Matthew Binns, Paul Neat and Jung Muyeol review the match and the feeling from within Korea.   Later on, FC Seoul defender Osmar joins to give his recollections of following this Spain side in his teenage years and offers his thoughts on the match.   All this and more on this K League United Podcsat Rewind edition.
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