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The K League United Podcast

Oct 28, 2020

Just one week after debating the merits of Ulsan manager Kim Do-hoon's approach to big games, Ryan Walters and Dan Croydon go at it once more following the Horangi's collapse against Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors. Lineups, substitution choices, tactics, and squad rotation are all put under the microscope. Naturally, Matthew Binns joins to remind everyone Jeonbuk actually played quite well, and Peter Hampshire attempts to keep the peace. 
The second segment brings happier tidings as both Seongnam and Incheon ensure the relegation battle will go to the final match day. The Magpies picked up a massive win in Suwon with a touch of VAR controversy. Meanwhile, Incheon won a game of the year contender at home with two goals scored in less than a minute and midfielder Rashid Mahazi coming up big with a goal line clearance in the dying minutes. 
The madness that is K League 2 continued last weekend and George Slade joins in the third segment to try and make sense of it all, including Bucheon's rollercoaster of a match and season. They also discuss Jeju's dominant run, playoff contenders, and mental fortitude heading into the final stretch. 
Switching focus to the international game, Paul Neat joins in the fourth segment for an interview with Korean international and West Ham midfielder, Cho So-hyun. They discuss her season thus far, personal goals, life in England, the intensity of training in the Premier League, and improving the women's game in Korea. 
No episode is complete without the Eulji Lewis Mailbag! All five hosts return to answer questions about whether or not Jeonbuk would "deserve" the title this season, a trading places managerial conundrum, and MVP candidates. All that and more in this edition of the K League United Podcast.