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On today’s listening report we take a look at two more of the groups in the 2018 World Cup: Groups C and D. We will also be reminding you about our World Cup predictions competition – there is still time to join!
Groups E and F. The World Cup has started, but not all teams have played yet. On this football-language podcast we preview groups E and F.
In this post, we explain some football expressions for scoring multiple, more than one, goals: a hat-trick & a brace. Find out more about this phrase by reading the transcript below. You can also find many more examples of soccer vocabulary by going to our football cliches page here and our huge football glossary here. Football Language: […]
2018 End of Season Review: The 2017-18 football season in Europe is now over and we take a look back at some of the big news at the business end of the seasons around Europe in this report. There is a worksheet and transcript …
Champions League Final 2018: It’s the Champions League Final in Kiev this weekend and this is the last podcast for season 2017-18. We will be back in a couple of weeks, however, with our World Cup 2018 podcasts! On the show today, Damian and Damon look back at the seasons for Tottenham and Liverpool and of course give their predictions for the Champions League final. There’s some Champions League football phrases explained, too.
Football Language: Give the keeper the eyes – what’s the meaning of this phrase in football?
To tuck away: Now in football this phrase is used to describe a goal. If a player tucks the ball away, he or she guides the ball past the goalkeeper safely into the net.
Own goal: What’s the meaning of an own goal in football?
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2018 Manchester and Merseyside Derbies: This week’s football-language podcast looks back at the Champions League quarter-final first legs and the big derbies taking place over the weekend in the Premier League. We also have a quiz question, explain a new football expression – overhead kick…
Everton v Liverpool and Man City v Man Utd: Two big derbies this weekend dominate the Premier League as Everton host Liverpool on Saturday lunchtime and United travel to rivals City on Saturday afternoon with the home side attempting to secure the Premier League title.
Well-worked routine: In this post, we explain the football phrase ‘Well-worked routine’ which is often used when describing a set piece play.
On this week’ s Learn English Through Football Podcast we’ve got lots of football language for those who love football and want to improve their English language skills. We’ll talk about the good, the bad and the ugly news from last week, including Dulwich, Davide Astori and some women’s football, we also feature some English phrases used in football – to arrest the slide – and look ahead to some of the big games in the Premier League including Manchester United versus Liverpool. There is a transcript to the show on the site and if you have questions or comments, email us at: email@example.com
Draw Written All Over It: This phrase is used when predicting a result of a football match. If you say, ‘This match has draw written all over it’, it means you are sure the result will be a draw.