2013 AFC Champions League

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  1. CoreanBoy671

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    The draw is today. All of these K-League clubs have at least won the ACL once (Except us). Now it is time for us to win one.​
    No thanks Duerden. I rather see Suwon get the hard group.

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  2. Jitevra

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    Its so stupid having a home and away Final. How can anyone get hyped up with two finals...I guess AFC are trying everything they can so K-league clubs wont win the title again ;)

    That said, for me, Pohang Steelers are my pick for the title.
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  3. edlee1992

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    anyone know what time the draw is?
  4. CoreanBoy671

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    10 mins left.


  5. CoreanBoy671

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    Jeonbuk vs Guangzhou rematch :)
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    Group E
    FC Seoul (KOR)
    Winner between Brisbane Roar/Buriram United (AUS/THA)
    Vegalta Sendai (JPN)
    Jiangsu Sainty (CHN)

    Group F
    Guangzhou Evergrande (CHN)
    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (KOR)
    Muangthong United (THA)
    Urawa Red Diamonds (JPN)

    Group G
    Sanfrecce Hiroshima (JPN)
    Beijing Guaon (CHN)
    Pohang Steelers (KOR)
    Bunyodkor (UZB)

    Group H

    Central Coast Mariners (AUS)
    J.League Emperor Cup Winner (JPN/TBD in Jan.)
    Guizhou Renhe (CHN)
    Suwon Samsung Bluewings (KOR)
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    But this time. Jeonbuk has Leonardo and Wilkinson in their reinforcement. ;)
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    Group E
    1. FC Seoul (Korea Republic)
    2. Playoff Winner Aus/Thai
    3. Vegalta Sendai (Japan)
    4. Jiangsu Sainty (China)

    Group F
    1. Guangzhou Evergrande (China)
    2. Jeonbuk Hyundai (Korea Republic)
    3. SCG Muangthong United (Thailand)
    4. Uwara Red Diamonds (Japan)

    Group G
    1. Sanfreece Hiroshima (Japan)
    2. Beijing Guoan (China)
    3. Pohang Steelers (Korea Republic)
    4. Bunyodkor (Uzbekistan)

    Group H
    1. Central Coast Mariners (Australia)
    2. K-Out Cup Champion (Japan)
    3. Guizhou Renhe (China)
    4. Suwon Bluewings (Korea Republic)
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    Group E
    1. FC Seoul (Korea Republic)
    2. Playoff Winner Aus/Thai
    3. Vegalta Sendai (Japan)
    4. Jiangsu Sainty (China)

    Group F
    1. Guangzhou Evergrande (China)
    2. Jeonbuk Hyundai (Korea Republic)
    3. SCG Muangthong United (Thailand)
    4. Uwara Red Diamonds (Japan)

    Group G
    1. Sanfreece Hiroshima (Japan)
    2. Beijing Guoan (China)
    3. Pohang Steelers (Korea Republic)
    4. Bunyodkor (Uzbekistan)

    Group H
    1. Central Coast Mariners (Australia)
    2. K-Out Cup Champion (Japan)
    3. Guizhou Renhe (China)
    4. Suwon Bluewings (Korea Republic)

    The teams in green are those who I think will top their group. I am rooting for FC Seoul to win the title but if they get knocked out... Guangzhou Evergrande it is for me.

    Jeonbuk vs Guangzhou rematch should be intresting. I think Evergrande will pull away with a win again. Sources say Evergrande is closing in on Zeng Cheng. China's current number one goalkeeper. However, they might lose Dario Conca in the off-season :\
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  12. weka

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    I can only assume FC Seoul are studying their opponents for ACL2013... ha

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    Urawa is back in the ACL eh ...
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    Not for long ;)
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    Agreed. Just a waste in terms of time spent traveling across what could be vast distances 2X
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    Why did ACL2013 have home/away final.. why???
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    It will be on fox soccer channel. I know people with direct tv has this.
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    Copa Libertadores final is two legs. Yeah, it's a lot of travel for both sides, but i makes it much more even than just one leg at one of the teams' home ground. And it sure as hell beats the neutral site BS they tried to pull.
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    Honestly I hate Two-leg finals. The AFF Suzuki Cup is also two-legs. many things are. I hate it. Just make it one exciting game.
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    Kashiwa Reysol are the champions of the Emperor Cup. They will be in Group H with Suwon.
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    i prefer a neutral site final like in UEFA CL
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    Looks like Pohang will have some headaches this season. Hwang Jin-sung wont be able to participate in ACL matches overseas because he cannot travel overseas with his status right now - he has not done his service yet and is 29 years old (28 years is the cut-off limit for getting permission to travel). Pohang are travelling to Turkey for training camp soon which Hwang Jin-sung cannot join. Such a pity of a situation right now...

    Looks like though Hwang Sun-hong might give chance for the young Moon Chang-jin to step up.

    http://www.interfootball.co.kr/news/view.php?gisa_uniq=2013011716595359&section_code=99

    Whatever the situation, this year will be the toughest year for Hwang Sun-hong and his managerial career at Pohang.

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    Buriram United defeated Brisbane Roars in PK. So it looks like they will face FC Seoul, Vegalta Sendai and Jiangsu Sainty.
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    lol i cant wait till Buriram plays Seoul.
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    jesus the a-league must really be chit
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