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Vocabulary – Week 21

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. You can practise the vocabulary with our online crosswords...

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Predictions – Week 21

This week’s predictions focus on The Premier League as leagues around Europe take a winter break. Can Damian make a comeback? Can you...

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Podcast 20 – Fabio Capello

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Vocabulary – Week 19

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. You can practise the vocabulary with our online crosswords...

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Podcast 19 – Super Sunday?

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Vocabulary – Week 18

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. You can practise the vocabulary with our online crosswords...

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England – where now?

Not with a coach like Mourinho. He’s a gadfly. Coaches like him, Capello, Hiddink are the same, get more from the job than the team...

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Podcast 18 – The Club World Cup

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Vocabulary: week 17

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. You can practise the vocabulary with our online crosswords...

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Podcast 17 – World Cup Draw

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COYS

Fairly happy with the away point at Upton Park at the weekend despite the missed penalty from former star and current Hammer hate-figure...

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Football Expression: Sewn up

Today's English for football phrase is to be sewn up. This expression is a phrasal verb using the words sew and up and means to be...

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Vocabulary – Week 16

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. You can practise the vocabulary with our online crosswords...

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Football is the drug

  Is it me but I find the international breaks a little bit of a distraction from the real business of league football. I miss my (bi)...

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Podcast 16 – Euro 2008 round up

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Predictions – week 16

Damian on 77 points, Damon on 87 points. Who will bag the most points this week? Can you do any better?[TABLE=48]

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McClaren gets tough

England coach, Steve McClaren, looks like he has decided that the crunch game against Croatia tonight is the time to stamp his authority on...

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Vocabulary – Week 15

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Podcast 15 – England and Beckham

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All that shines is not gold

Hard moments for Barsa, we need souls, not only useless talent. Barcelona has got stuck again. Last weekend the Getafe defeat was a big...

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love or hate

Being a team that perennially need to sell their big name players due to our regular dalliances with relegation, I have compiled a list of...

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To save the national team?

Steve Coppell, born in Liverpool, former man united player, and current Reading manager, has a proposal to create a strong English national...

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Vocabulary – Week 14

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. You can practise the vocabulary with our online crosswords...

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Predictions – week 14

Damon threw down the gauntlet with an emphatic victory last week. Can he keep up the momentum and be crowned Predictions Champion for a...

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Shining again!

Usually people like it when their team wins, despite how it has played. However, Barça supporters want our team to play well because...

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No Euro 2008? Who cares?

Now qualification for Euro 2008 is out of England’s hands. England may not go to Europe’s premier competition held in...

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Too Good to Go Down?

  The worst start in ‘Premier League’ history (OK, since 1992). One win in 12 games. Against Derby. 6 league defeats with...

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Vocabulary – week 13

Here are some of the words and phrases that we used on this week’s show. Check out the BBC’s football vocabulary page here cut up the...

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Derby County Football Club

This may be a little difficult for some of you to understand. After all, supporting the likes of Man U. or Liverpool, you get used to...