Football Language Podcast: 2019-20 Arsenal vs Everton and Chelsea vs Tottenham The Premier League returns after its short mid-week break and this week sees some huge fixtures particularly for those fighting for the Champions League places and those teams wishing to avoid relegation. We also explain a football language phrase connected to shooting, look back at some of the good, bad and ugly from the first set of matches from the last-16 in the Champions League, while we also have a football-language quiz question and some predictions.
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Football Language Podcast: 2019-20 Arsenal vs Everton and Chelsea vs Tottenham
DF: You’re listening to Languagecaster.com’s football-language podcast. Hi there everyone and welcome to the Learn English Through Football podcast; the podcast for all those who love the beautiful game of football and who are aiming to improve their English language skills. My name is Damian and I am based here in London where there are hints of Spring! The mid-week winter break is over and we return this weekend with some big matches indeed, including the London derby between Spurs and Chelsea and Everton’s trip to Arsenal. Down the line in Tokyo in Damon? Damon, has spring sprung?
DB: Hi Damian, good to hear from you. Yes, spring has sprung in Tokyo. Nice sunny days recently, a sprinkling of rain, and more sun to come. Now, it’s been a busy week of football, have you been busy watching any matches?
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