Episode 167 – Swede FA!

  The boys are back with another World Cup 2018 special as we look at where and why it all went wrong for Korea against Sweden and we try to keep the knee-jerking down to a minimum! It was a tough one for fans of the Taegeuk Warriors to take as their heroes fell to…

Episode 166 – Pokerface

Paul returns after a few week’s break and joins Mark at 48 Shades Tower in time to preview Korea’s chances at the World Cup. But before that it’s a trip down memory lane as they analyse exactly what that opening ceremony was all about and whether or not Robbie Williams is to Russia what David…

Episode 160 – Dustbuster

There’s a full house this week at 48 Shades Tower as Mark returns to take his place on the sofa with Paul and The Phantom. The guys review all of the latest games in K1 and K2 and talk about some of the factors behind the hugely disappointing weekend crowds. They also look at the…

Episode 159 – I’m A Lady

  This week’s episode sees the return of The Phantom to host as Mark gets a well-deserved rest from his exertions in Daejeon. With Mark gone the focus falls on FC Seoul as the guys review their first win of the season. They also review the rest of the K1 and K2 matches, analyze the…

Episode 158 – Popp Goes The Supermatch

On this week’s show the guys talk Asian Champions League as Jeju United crash out of the group stages and Suwon Bluewings home defeat to Sydney leaves them in a precarious situation of their own. They look ahead to the weekend’s K-League fixtures including the first Supermatch of 2018 and of course Dejan against his…

Episode 149 – ‘Sno joke, Chief

This week at 48 Shades Tower Mark is still trying his best to thaw off from the Suwon Bluewings Asian Champions League playoffs where they defeated Thanh Hoa in utterly Baltic conditions. The game saw the debuts of Dejan, Waguininho, Lim Sang Hyub and Lee Ki Jae all of whom scored with Waguininho bagging himself…

Episode 148 – Rok-Rolled

This week at 48 Shades HQ we were blown off our feet with the news that the K-League had decided to change the much maligned names of the two top divisions…no more Classic and Challenge to confuse.