Who was running around like a ‘headless chicken’ last weekend – Check out languagecaster’s English for football phrase to find out.
In this week’s review section, we congratulate Ronaldo, while former Juventus boss is jailed and Wigan defender causes a spitting row.
On this week’s predictions we look at three of the vital play-off games for the European Championships, as well as a selection of World Cup 2014 qualifiers.
This week – it’s not all good for ACL finalists, Al Sadd: and, minnows on the brink and Leeds humbled at home.
On this week’s podcast we take a look at how football teams line up on the pitch – the formations, in addition to a look back at one of the most shocking results of recent times in the Premier League
Football tactics: Why are football formations important? What is the difference between 4-4-2 and 4-3-3? This week, languagecaster.com takes a look at how teams line up and how formations affect a game.
In this week’s review section, we look back at stories from the big Manchester derby and the fallout from the racism row with England captain John Terry and QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.
On this week’s predictions we look at a top-of-the-table clash between two English rivals, a huge derby in Holland as well as the big games from Spain and France.
In this week’s review section, we look back at stories from Serie A, La Liga and the Liverpool-Manchester United game.
This week’s football Phrase is The Table Doesn’t Lie – complete with transcript
On this week’s podcast we take a look at some of the statistics behind the big northwest derby: Liverpool vs Manchester United
On this week’s report we take a look at one of the fiercest rivalries in English football: Liverpool versus Manchester United. Which team is older? Which has won more head-to-heads? Have they ever played each other in a final? Which of them has won more league titles? These and other questions are answered in this week’s report, which also has a transcript
In this week’s review section, we look back at stories from the African Natios Cup qualifying groups as well as at England striker Wane Rooney’d red.
On this week’s predictions we look at some of the big games from England, a top-of-the-table clash in Spain and a huge rivalry in Italy, as well as two big games from the Champions League.
This week we explain the newspaper headline ROONEY RED CARD RUINS CAPELLO’S NIGHT
2014 South American World Cup Qualifiers: Did you know that the 2014 World Cup qualifying rounds have already started? With ‘only’ just under a thousand days until the big kick-off in Brazil, we take a look at one of the most hotly-contested qualifying groups: South America.
In this week’s review section, we look back at stories from the North London and Merseyside derbies.
On this week’s predictions we feature important qualifiers for the European Championships taking place in Poland-Ukraine next summer as well as some World Cup 2014 qualifiers from South America and Asia.