[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions On this week’s languagecaster predictions we take a look at matches in England, including the FA Cup final between Manchester City and Wigan – a north west affair, Spain, and Italy. We spotlight two London clubs chasing a Champions League spot in the Premier League, Tottenham, who travel to Stoke City, […]
This week’s main report takes a look at one of the most famous rivalries in English football – the Merseyside Derby.
How would you say the score 0-0? Zero zero? Check out ‘nil’ in languagecaster’s football glossary.
Matches from the big European leagues, the Europa League and one from the Primera league in Argentina.
Predictions this week with the most famous round of the FA Cup in England – the third round, where the big boys join in sand meet the minnows.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, Damon and Damian focus on FIFA‘s Club World Cup competition taking place in Japan this week and next. As always, we also look at some football language – this week Damian explains the phrase ‘mind games‘ before we finish up with our weekly predictions battle which this week includes another big derby match: Manchester City vs Manchester United.
On this week’s main report we take a look at the Club World Cup, currently being held in Japan.
The predictions battle starts at languagecaster.com. In week one we kick off with some cracking Premier League fixtures. This week’s guest predictor is Yuli.
At the end of the day: A commonly-used phrase by footballers in interviews and which means when all is said and done; all things considered or after thinking something through.
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/main.euro2012.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:53 — 2.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Today’s main report reviews the first round of matches in Group C from the European Championships in Poland and Ukraine. You can listen to the report by clicking […]
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/main.Liverpool.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:29 — 3.4MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreIt is the end of the season and so on this week’s main listening report Damon takes a look at his club’s Liverpool highs and lows from this season. […]
On this week’s podcast, languagecaster takes alook at the Premier League, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and La Liga.
The English, Scottish, French and Spanish leagues all feature on this week’s predictions.
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8 teams are left in the CL: two teams from Spain, and one each from Germany, England, Italy, Portugal and surprisingly, Cyprus. Which teams will make it to the semis?
A globe trotting list of games on this week’s languagecaster predictions – Arsenal v Tigre, AC Milan v Barca, Kobe v Tokyo and more.
ON this week’s languagecaster podcast we discuss the record of Chelsea’s recent managers – Do you know how many managers the London side has had in the last 5 years?
On this week’s review section we marvel at Messi, applaud Apoel and worry for Rangers.
Do you know your bundle from your hammer? How good is your knowledge of football language and phrases? Try out languagecaster’s weekly football language quiz!
The weekly football podcast from languagecaster is out – all our usual features: a review, main report, football language and predictions.
13 games to go in the Premier League. Who do you think will win it? Languagecaster discusses the run in.
The weekly podcast is out – we look at the phrase ‘literally’, check out what’s happening in Argentina and lots more.
Football language quiz from languagecaster.com. This week is a review of our previous 4 quizzes!
Our German correspondent is back with a look at some of the teams and players doing well as the Bundesliga restarts.
The quarter final stages of the African Nations Cup gets under way, and this week, we also travel to Germany, Italy and England for some tasty ties.
On this week’s podcast, languagecaster looks at the FA Cup in England – its history, format and shocks