It is nearly time for the 2014 World Cup to kick off in Sao Paulo Brazil. Damian is on his way (the last I heard he was stuck in Sao Paulo airport on his way to Recife) and it’s about time we made a few predictions on how the tournament will turn out.
This week’s Learn English Through Football Podcast has a main report that looks back at the season in Europe, highlighting the winners and losers of the 2013/2014 campaign.
The Champions League final, two great games from Major League Soccer in the US, the richest game in the world – the English Championship play off between Derby County and Queen’s Park Rangers.
On this week’s main report we take a look back at some of the previous reports we have done here at Languagecaster.com on the FA Cup.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, as always, we have three sections. First, in the main report section, Damian spotlights five of the greatest FA Cup finals in recent English football history .
[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.
The language of referees, English for football and some great matches in our predictions section
This week, languagecaster.com introduces the football phrase ‘to play off the park’
Matches from the big European leagues, the Europa League and one from the Primera league in Argentina.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, Damon takes a look at the holding midfielder position in football, while Damian introduces the phrase ‘bullet header’
A bullet header: a powerful header that flies, like a bullet from a gun, towards the goal.
Along with two Premier League games we focus on the final of the 2013 African Cup of Nations, with Burkina Faso hoping to pull off a shock.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, we cast our eye over the groups in the African Nations Cup
Is it OK to ‘bend the rules’ in football; Is it ever OK to cheat? This week’s main report discusses what cheating in football.
This week we have a London and a North West derby, a six-pointer in Serie A and an interesting match up between 1st and 4th in La Liga.
Currently enjoying a long winter break is the Bundesliga: we take a look at which teams are doing well and who should be worried.
This week, languagecaster.com introduce the football cliche ‘it’s a funny old game’.
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 main report we look at the tradition of playing football on the 26th of December – Boxing Day.
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.
Some very big derbies this weekend feature on languagecaster’s football predictions. United and City in England; St Etienne host Lyon in France while the Athens derby sees the ‘eternal enemies’ face each other.
The winger is in the spotlight in this week’s main report as we continue our look at the various positions on the pitch
We’ve got a big North London Derby, important games in Serie A and Ligue 1, and some heavyweight clashes in the Champions League this week.
Every week, languagecaster.com brings you words or phrases from the footballing news. Today we explain the phrase ‘route one’.
On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, Damon and Damian focus on another position on the pitch – the centre back, or stopper.
Following last week’s main report on goalkeepers, this week we look at another positions on the football pitch: the centre back.
This week, languagecaster takes a look at the phrase to spill over.
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.