Champions league final fixed view
Defending champion Ulsan Horang-i of South Korea is heading to Bangkok for six games in the space of two weeks and coach Hong Myong-bo is wary of the different conditions as he prepares for an opening game against."My team might be better than other clubs from an objective point of view, but two other Southeast Asian teams are familiar with the weather and the environment of the venue Hong, captain of the South Korean national team."I heard Thailand enters the rainy season in July.We have to get ready to play football in the rain.".Ulsans chances of defending its crown have improved due to events elsewhere.Australian A-League clubs Sydney FC, Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City pulled out of the competition, following the May withdrawal of Shan United of Myanmar.